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Alexandria’s African American History

Telling the Whole Story By Glenda C. Booth The white brick building at 315 Cameron Street was a thriving oyster house from 1803 to 1824, attracting...

Gretchen M. Bulova Appointed Director of the Office of Historic Alexandria

Gretchen M. Bulova Appointed Director of the Office of Historic Alexandria City Manager Mark B. Jinks appointed Gretchen M. Bulova as Director of the Office...

History by the Glass at Gadsby’s Tavern Museum

Enjoy cocktails related to ice on February 8 ALEXANDRIA, VA - Enjoy a fun night out that brings the history of ice and the tavern...

Flapper Fundraiser Swinging in September at Lee-Fendall House

Ragtime and Jazz Night Will To Help the Lee-Fendall HouseThe Lee-Fendall House Museum & Garden invites you to pull out your flapper dresses and...

Want to Work at an Alexandria Museum Giving Tours to Kids?

Office of Historic Alexandria Recruiting Volunteers for School ProgramsOpportunities at Four MuseumsThe Office of Historic Alexandria is recruiting volunteers to lead school programs at...

Gadsby’s Tavern Museum Calls Acquisition ‘The Holy Grail’ of Building’s Interpretation

The papers are so detailed they show complete inventories from lampshades to enslaved people. (Photo courtesy of Gadsby’s Tavern Museum.) Historic and Important Documents, The Irwin...

Eventz Dec 2017

December 9Civil War Christmas in Camp Open House12:00 pmFort Ward Museum4301 W. Braddock Rd.Get in the holiday spirit and learn how Christmas was...

Homeschool Programs with Historic Alexandria

Explore City Museums through Monthly Program Learn more about local history and its connection to national stories through The Office of Historic Alexandria’s homeschool series. ...

Gadsby’s Museum Reopened after 5 Months Closed

Gadsby's Tavern Museum has now reopened for tours after being closed for almost 5 months. This past winter, multiple frozen pipes burst causing damage...