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Alexandria is located in the neartheastern tip of the Northern Virginia region on the banks of the Potomac River. Alexandria is primarily known for its rich colonial history and includes attractions where our nation's founding fathers frequented, such as Gadsby's Tavern and The Lyceum Historic Site and Museum.

Shopping in Old Town Alexandria

Shopping in Old Town Alexandria

Historic Old Town Alexandria is a bustling center of retail and features a district consisting of colonial-era architecture and cobblestone streets. Just outside of Old Town are 13 large modern shopping centers, too.

 

Attractions

Alexandria Archaeology Museum

Alexandria Black History Museum

Carlyle House Historic Park

Gadsby's Tavern Museum

George Washington Masonic Memorial

Lyceum, Alexandria's History Museum

Torpedo Factory Art Center

 

Lodging

Comfort Inn Alexandria

Embassy Suites Alexandria

Hampton Inn Old Town Alexandria

Sheraton Suites Alexandria

 

Accessible Fishing

Cameron Run Park

 

Accessible Playgrounds

Lodato Memorial Playground

Potomac Yard Park

 

Accessible Trails

Cameron Station Linear Park

Holmes Run Trail

Mount Vernon Trail

 

 

 

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