The church is one of the oldest African American churches in Virginia. The stained glass windows are gorgeous. Descendants of some of the original founding members still attend the church. It's in Old Town, so stop by if you can. The new church (right next door) Is beautiful too.
George Washington's affiliation with the Masons is remembered at this fascinating museum that features artifacts such as a Washington family
Bible, the clock a doctor stopped when Washington died and a splendid Persian rug valued at over a million ...
This Greek Revival building was built in 1839 as the intellectual and cultural center for the city of Alexandria .
The first floor held a library, with the second floor containing a lecture hall. The Civil War brought these ...