The best way to unlock Alexandria's rich history is with the city's premiere museum pass, granting visitors access into nine historic sites. From the nation's first president to Alexandria's co-founders, the Civil War to civil rights, walk amongst original 18th-century buildings, peruse ephemera once sacred to key historical characters and dive into a unique history remarkably preserved by a city dedicated to its past.
For only $10, purchase the Alexandria Key to the City at the Alexandria Visitors Center located at 221 King Street or online, and tread paths once taken by some of the most prolific figures in American history.
A Georgian Palladian manor house built in 1753 by merchant and city founder John Carlyle. Here, five royal governors and General Braddock met to…
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