“Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” - Gustave Flaubert. So in this little world of Virginia, you would see rich history and architecture.
With its enchanting Greek-Roman structures, Alexandria exudes an old world charm. Beautiful boutiques, museums that heighten your curiosity and structures that restore its culture are just not to be missed.
Shop from the weekly farmer's market at Alexandria Town Hall, Market Square which is a hotspot for celebrations all year round.
Adjoining the Holmes run where you can take a relaxed walk, Dora Kelley Nature Park is one of the best place for kayaking.
Meander along the trails laden with greenery and vibrant flowers at Winkler Botanical Preserve which also has a serene lake to peacefully sit by.
A gorgeous and enormous stone edifice, the Carlyle House is a must visit 18th century museum.
Built in the memory of George Washington, the first President of the U.S, Washington Masonic National Memorial is an essential structure, over 300-foot tall.
You can try fishing, sailing or feast in the cool restaurants at the fascinating Daingerfield Island. Vibrant birds and a variety of amphibians is an added fun.
Birchmere Music Hall is an illustrious 'live music hall' where legendary musicians stunned fans with unforgettable performances, all in the 'only-standing' bandstand.