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Alexandria Archaeology Museum

703-746-4399

105 North Union Street
Alexandria VA 22314

Price: Free admission

Age: 6 and up

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"Through the Alexandria Archaeology Museum, the City of Alexandria, Virginia's archaeologists, volunteers and students work with citizens and developers to study and manage archaeological resources important to the community's past, and to share...

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Alexandria Black History Museum

703-746-4356

902 Wythe Street
Alexandria VA 22314

Price: $2

Age: All ages

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The Alexandria Black History Museum is composed of the museum, the Watson Reading Room and the African American Heritage Park. "The Alexandria Black History Museum's mission is to enrich the lives of Alexandria's residents and visitors, to foster...

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Lee-Fendall House Museum and Garden

703-548-1789

614 Oronoco Street
Alexandria VA 22314

Price: $5/adult; $3/child 5 to 17; under 5 free

Age: All ages

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The Lee-Fendall House Museum and Garden was built in 1785 as an urban plantation house. The house has a history which includes visits from George Washington and other historical figures.

It is currently a museum that is open to the public...

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The Lyceum

703-746-4994

201 S. Washington Street
Alexandria VA 22314

Price: $2

Age: 5 and up

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The Lyceum, originally a Civil War hospital, a private home, office building and the nation's first Bicentennial Center became Alexandria's History Museum in 1985.

The museum offers exhibitions, school programs, summer camp, lectures,...

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Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House

703-780-4000

9000 Richmond Highway
Alexandria VA 22309

Price: $4 and up depending on age

Age: 5 and up

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Woodlawn was originally part of George Washington's Mount Vernon and then gifted to Nelly Parke Custis (Martha's granddaughter) in the hopes of keeping Nelly close to her family.  In 1846, the plantation was sold to Quaker timber merchants and at...

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