Buy 1 Get 9 Free with Presidents Passport

Visit George Washington's Mount Vernon as part of the "Presidents Passport" program, Virginia's premier presidential trail, and experience his historic estate and bustling hometown as the first president once did. Further along the trail are Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and James Madison's Montpelier, both meticulously-preserved estates whose surrounding countryside and neighboring city of Charlottesville maintain the same spirit present during the colonial era. Also when registering on the "Presidents Passport" website, visitors gain insider information and exclusive savings to more than 50 of Alexandria and Charlottesville's top restaurants and attractions.

More at PresPassport.Monticello.org.

Key to the City - CorrectAs an added bonus to this year's Presidents Passport program, visitors to the Alexandria Visitors Center at 221 King St. can take part in a Buy 1 Get 9 Free offer! By showing or purchasing one ticket to any of the three presidential estates, the visitor will, upon request, receive a free Alexandria's "Key to the City" pass, which grants access into nine historic sites and museums in Alexandria!

The best way to unlock Alexandria's rich history is with the city's premiere museum pass. 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.

CARLYLE HOUSE HISTORIC PARK A Georgian Palladian manor house built in 1753 by merchant and city founder John Carlyle. Here, five royal governors and General Braddock met to… Learn More ›
GADSBY'S TAVERN MUSEUM Consists of two buildings, the 1785 Georgian tavern and the 1792 City Hotel. The tavern has been authentically restored to its 18th-century… Learn More ›
STABLER-LEADBEATER APOTHECARY Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum: Opened in 1792 by young Quaker pharmacist Edward Stabler, the family business operated for 141 years. Over 8,000… Learn More ›
BLACK HISTORY MUSEUM Originally the segregated library for Alexandria's African American residents, the museum documents the local and national history, culture and… Learn More ›
FORT WARD MUSEUM Experience Civil War history at Fort Ward, the best preserved fort in the system built to protect Washington, D.C. Highlights include the restored… Learn More ›
FRIENDSHIP FIREHOUSE MUSEUM Established in 1774, the Friendship Fire Company was the first volunteer fire company in Alexandria. The current firehouse was built in 1855 and now… Learn More ›
LEE-FENDALL HOUSE MUSEUM Lee-Fendall House Museum & Garden: From 1785-1903, the house served as the home to 37 members of the Lee family. Guided by its 1852 inventory, the… Learn More ›
THE LYCEUM The 1839 Greek Revival building serves as the City's history museum. An ongoing exhibition tells the story of Alexandria, once one of the busiest… Learn More ›
ALEXANDRIA ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM You'll really be digging Alexandria's history when you see local colonial and Civil War artifacts as well as a 13,000-year-old stone spear point at… Learn More ›
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