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Whether you are a historical buff or simply enjoy the city, Alexandria has hotels that will suite your liking. From hotels with jaw dropping views of national landmarks to upscale stays near shuttles to D.C., Alexandria has a place for you.
Enjoy getting out on the water? Alexandria is the place for you. Water taxi services, restaurant boats, and sightseeing cruise ships are all available off land to take your experience one step further.
Being located in one of the largest wine-producing states in the country, Alexandria has a plethora of established brands for you to try. Several nationally recognized restaurants not only offer that, but a wide variety of magnificent meals ranging from Chesapeake crabs to country ham and plenty more.
Want to familiarize yourself with the rich history of Alexandria? Numerous museums including the Alexandria Black History Museum, Alexandria Archaeology Museum and the Fort Ward Museum & Historic Site highlight local and national history.
Be a part of keeping Alexandria active. Choose the best of both worlds and sight see while you ride a bicycle as a part of Bike and Roll. Waterslides, wave pools, and a lap pool are easily accessible at Cameron Run Regional Park, while Top Golf Alexandria combines a legendary sport with microchip technology.
You can have your own personal share of the celebrated history of Alexandria. Antique shops throughout Alexandria offer prestige collectibles of the area.
Located on the west bank of the Potomac River just 6 miles below our nation’s capital lies historic Alexandria, part of the Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area. In addition to the beauty nature provides Alexandria, its Old Town, offers visitors a look into its colonial history as well as a taste of its exciting nightlife. Its close proximity to Washington D.C. and Baltimore make it ideal for both living and visiting.