Alexandria's many historic homes, shops and museums provide the ambiance that makes our city the unique town it is today. Walk down brick-lined streets in the footsteps of both President George Washington and Barack Obama while you explore elegant Federal homes and picturesque cobblestone alleyways on a Self-Guided or Guided Tour of Alexandria.
A seaport town, Alexandria still retains its seafaring ways with boat tours and dinner cruises along the Potomac River. For the more adventurous visitors, rent a bike and head along the Mount Vernon bike trail to either George Washington's Estate or head north seven miles to the capitol city that bears his name, Washington, D.C.
Foodies will love D.C. Metro Food Tour's guided walking tours of Old Town and the Del Ray neighborhood complete with stops at local favorites along the way!
Self-Guided Walking Tours
King Street Tours
African American Historic Sites
Ask Alex - Cell Phone Tours - Experience history using the modern-day convenience of your cell phone!
Guided Tours Of Alexandria
Alexandria is surrounded by beautiful neighborhoods, diverse culture, and some of the United States' most famous historical sites. One of the best ways to learn about Alexandria's history is through a guided tour. Here is a list of some of the unique guided tours Alexandria offers to its visitors including Ghost Tours and children's Scavenger Hunts. Be sure to ask your chosen Tour Company which ones they specialize in!
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