The Best Landmarks in Alexandria

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Alexandria, Virginia. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


101 Callahan Drive, Alexandria, VA 22301

Since 1752

Museum, Group Tours, Lodge Visits, Dining and Accommodations, The Memorial, Events, Gift Shop, Landmark Century Campaign, George Washington Memorial Society, Society of Washington Lodges, Dedicate a Tree, Restoration and Improvement, Museum Donations, the Mason, Grand Lodge, A National Historic Landmark, Architecture & Facility Rentals

Children 12 and under are free admission - A discount of $1 Off admission is available for Freemasons hailing from their Supporting Grand Lodges upon presentation of a valid dues card

Price: Admission $15

Mon - Sun : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The best off the beaten path DC area attraction I have come across so far. It is inexpensive- I think the tour was 10 dollars. There are several exhibits on Washington and on Masonry inside. All are well curated and pretty interesting, especially to those who know little about masonry. The outlook platform on top of the building is my favorite view of DC. Unlike the Washington Monument, which only has a little window you can stick your head in, this is a full balcony with astonishing views.

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134 N. Royal Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

Since 1752

National Historic Landmark, Cultural History Museum, Dinning Room, Ballroom, Daily Tours for Individuals and Families, Group Tours, Historic Preservation, Architecture Buildings, Historical Building, Observation Deck, Gift Shop, Collections, Exhibitions, Events, Historical Places, Cultural Activities, Event Rentals, Summer Camps & Field Trips

Threatened with demolition in the early 20th century, the buildings were saved and preserved by efforts first undertaken by F. Clinton Knight and carried on by the American Legion along with other patriotic groups

Tue - Sat : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun & Mon : 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Just visited this afternoon and had a very informative guided tour. So much history throughout the entire tavern. The only thing missing was a tasty draft beer to quench our thirst of the late afternoon heat here in Alexandria. The men's-only establishment was a favorite of Washington, Adams, Jefferson and others. Not sure about communal beds upstairs, but that was typical of the early 19th century. The lovely ball room on the top floor is well preserved and still used today special.

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614 Oronoco Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

Since 1785

House, Museum, Landmark, Garden, Edmund Jennings Lee, The Cazenove Renovation, Civil War Experience, Fleming Home, Group Tours, Public Programs, Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Pumpkin Hunt, Calendar of Events, Shop, Rentals, Historical Places, Gift Shop, Guided Tours, Group Visits, Architectural Buildings, Reception & Dinner Party

Children under age 5 are admitted at no charge - The collection also features beautiful decorative pieces handcrafted by Lee ladies - It is pleased to exhibit the largest public collection of furniture manufactured the Green Furniture Company

Price: $5 Adults, $3 Students Ages 5 to 17

Wed - Sat : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun : 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Mon & Tue : Closed

This is a hidden gem amongst the numerous historical landmarks in the area. Dianne did a fantastic job guiding our small group throughout the home, with a great sense of interesting facts beyond just the exact timeline of the home and its residents' history. I'm a local who is enthusiastic about the area's history and I thought this was outstanding.

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