Homewood Suites Alexandria

4850 Leesburg Pike, Alexandria, Virginia, 22302-1102, United States
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GADSBY'S TAVERN MUSEUM

by lmkluque

GADSBY'S TAVERN MUSEUM
134 North Royal Street.

John Gadsby owned this tavern, between 1796-1808, consisting of two buildings, one Georgian, 1770 and one Federal1792. He combined these buildings to create a gentleman's tavern. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and Lafayette, among others, frequented the tavern. Parties, performaces of theater, concerts and small circuses, along with government meetings were held here to plan the Revolution.

Tours are given.
Call (703) 838-4242 for more information.

Burke and Herbert Bank - established in 1852

by Ewingjr98

Burke and Herbert Bank is an Alexandria original, and the oldest active bank in Virginia. It was founded in 1852, prior to the Civil War in Old Town, Alexandria at Prince and Lee Streets. One of the founders, Mr. Herbert, was actually the last person born in the Carlyle House in Old Town, and he was later a Colonel in the Confederate Army.

Today Burke and Herbert Bank has 18 offices in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, and Falls Church. Their main office is at 100 South Fairfax Street in Old Town Alexandria, and they have 11 other locations in Alexandria.

My favorite location is the Del Ray branch which features a towering bank sign that appears to be from the early 1900s.

Fort Ward

by seagoingJLW

Fort Ward is the best preserved of the system of Union forts and batteries built during the Civil War to protect Washington, DC.

The fort has exhibits on Civil War topics, tours, and living history activities throughout the year.

It is located at 4301 West Braddock Road in Alexandria, Virginia 22304

Not too far south of Old Town,...

by soccergrrl

Not too far south of Old Town, but before you get to the popular Mount Vernon, there is another bit of George Washington history you should see. Woodlawn Plantation was part of George Washington's vast estate here in Virginia, and when his nephew Lawrence Lewis married George & Martha's foster daughter Nellie Custis, Woodlawn was their wedding gift! The mansion is believed to have been designed by the architect of the US Capitol. If it's a clear day you can see all the way to the Potomac. There are lovely gardens, especially in the Spring and Summer. If you are there around Halloween, they give ghost tours which are fun. Also on the grounds is a small house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright called the Pope-Leighey House (it was relocated to the site).

Woodlawn has a special place in my heart because my own wedding took place here.

Historic Del Ray Neighborhood

by Ewingjr98

The historic Town of Potomac, which includes the even older neighborhoods of Del Rey and St. Elmo, was founded in 1908 along the rail line to Washington DC, and was one of the region's first commuting neighborhoods. In 1930 the older and larger city of Alexandria annexed this nearby town that actually only existed for 22 years.

Today Del Rey is centered on Mount Vernon Street, which is a traditional American Main Street. It has a huge variety of stores and restaurants such as an old hardware store, a unique bank, and dozens of little local restaurants.

This is where we go to the YMCA, and some of our favorite restaurants are located here like Al's Steak House and Los Tios Mexican Grill. We also enjoy the occasional trip to My Organic Market, or MOM's for short.

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 Homewood Suites Alexandria

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Address: 4850 Leesburg Pike, Alexandria, Virginia, 22302-1102, United States