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Alexandria, VA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 42
Total Sleeping Rooms 6,278
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 496
Committable Meeting Rooms* 43
Largest Exhibit Space 4,845 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 10,200 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $209
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $212
*Maximum for a single hotel

Alexandria, VA Things to Do and Attractions

Old Town Historic District

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By day, Old Town bustles with museum-goers, art enthusiasts, and shoppers. Night or day, top chefs draw diners with creative menus and exquisite experiences. At night, Old Town bars and pubs are abuzz with live music, along with local beer or craft

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Alexandria Black History Museum

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The Alexandria Black History Museum was created to foster tolerance and understanding among all cultures and stimulate appreciation of the diversity of African-American experience. The museum's collection features more than 3,000 local and

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Cameron Run Regional Park

Alexandria's family-friendly Cameron Run Regional Park is a recreational haven. Families can "hit the links" at the 18-hole naturalistic miniature golf course, take a swing at the nine-station batting cage or just relax at one of several picnic

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Gadsby's Tavern Museum

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Gadsby's Tavern Museum, located in Old Town Alexandria, spans the history of a 1785 tavern and 1792 City Hotel, which once served a center of political, business and social life. The museum features a vast collection of 18th and 19th century

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George Washington Masonic Memorial

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Built to "honor and perpetuate the memory, character and virtues of a man who best exemplified what Freemasons are and ought to be," the George Washington Masonic Memorial was constructed from 1920 until 1970 by more than two million American

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George Washington's River Farm

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Once the northernmost of Washington's five farms, George Washington's River Farm has served as the American Horticultural Society's headquarters since 1973. Located just five miles south of Old Town Alexandria, the farm features an impressive

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George Washington’s Mount Vernon

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The home of George and Martha Washington from their 1759 marriage until George Washington's death in 1799, Mount Vernon is the most popular historic estate in the United States, drawing more than one million visitors every year. Once totaling more

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Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum

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Paying tribute to one of the oldest pharmacies in the nation, Old Town Alexandria's Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum promotes a greater understanding of historic public health issues and the Quaker ideals of the apothecary's founder, Edward

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The Carlyle Club

Step back to the big band era of the 1920’s at the region’s only super club. Enjoy gourmet food, craft cocktail and xxx swing bands at The Carlyle Club

A red carpet entrance welcomes you to our 1930’s New York style supper club designed in grand

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The Lyceum, Alexandria's History Museum

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Originally constructed in 1839 as a grand hall for lectures, scientific experiments and quiet reading, the Lyceum then became a Civil War hospital followed by a private residence, office building and then the nation's first Bicentennial Center.

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Torpedo Factory Art Center

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An Alexandria landmark for more than 40 years on the Potomac Riverfront, attracting approximately 500,000 visitors annually.

Visit 82 artists’ studios, seven galleries, two workshops, and the Alexandria Archaeology Museum. Sign up for an art

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Old Town Boutique District

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Named one of the area’s top shopping destinations by the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal, Old Town Alexandria boasts a blend of independent galleries, stylish boutiques, vintage shops and national retailers. The Old Town Boutique

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Escape Room Live Alexandria

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Historically themed and wonderfully immersive, our Old Town Alexandria location has rooms with themes involving Sherlock Holmes, Professor Moriarty, Edgar Allan Poe, and a wonderful wizard! Players use their wits and teamwork to uncover clues, solve

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Boat Tours and River Cruises

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Offers seasonal sightseeing cruises, private parties, and water taxi transportation service. Cruises include the Washington monuments, the Alexandria seaport, pirate cruises for children, baseball cruises, student music cruises, and the Mount

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Port City Brewing Company

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Port City Brewing Company is an award winning craft brewery producing an exciting line of hand-made, great quality, locally crafted beers. We have five flagships which are always on tap, plus seasonal and unusual one-off brews. Located two miles

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DC Metro Food Tours

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We offer three-hour guided excursions that take you down the cobblestone streets of picturesque Old Town Alexandria. Take a journey through one of the nation’s largest historic districts that was once home to both George Washington and Robert E.

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Birchmere

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The Legendary Birchmere Music Hall is a world-famous concert venue known for a nightly line-up of classic as well as up-and-coming jazz, country, R&B, folk and bluegrass artists in an intimate, relaxed setting. With a legendary reputation in the

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National Mall

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The Potomac Riverboat Company offers a 30-minute direct water taxi between Old Town Alexandria and the National Mall in Washington, DC, docking at Ohio & West Basin Drive SW, just steps from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Franklin Delano

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Bike and Boat to Mount Vernon

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Rent a bicycle, pedal down scenic waterfront trails to the former home of the United States' first president, George Washington's Estate, Museum & Gardens. Lock your bikes and tour the stately mansion, expansive grounds, interactive exhibits and

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Old Town Farmers Market

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People who come to Alexandria on Saturday mornings find themselves in a busy plaza where local farmers and artists have been selling their products since 1753. Old Town Alexandria's Market Square is thought to be one of the nation's oldest

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TOURS

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Ghost Finding the best way to see the city is as easy as picking your passion in Alexandria, Virginia. History buffs explore colonial sites or follow lantern-carrying guides through graveyards for haunting tales of the city’s past. Foodies get a

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