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Misha’s Coffee

Alexandria’s original specialty roaster. No gimmicks.

Alexandria National Cemetery

First known as Soldiers’ Cemetery, this sacred military burial ground was designated by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862. The first burials were soldiers who died in and around Alexandria. By 1864, the cemetery was near capacity, leading to the construction of Arlington National Cemetery. The cemetery contains some 3,500 graves of Civil War soldiers, including members of the U.S. Colored Troops, as well as four men who lost their lives pursuing President Lincoln’s assassin.

Lost Boy Cider

Whatever you think you know about cider is about to change, we promise. When we started this journey, it became clear how misunderstood cider is. Lost Boy Ciders are made from real apples and natural ingredients.

Galactic Panther Art Gallery

A contemporary art gallery where art, music, and comedy collide – experience Old Town’s most diverse creative community.

Hollensbury Spite House

The bright blue house, about 7 ft. wide, is famous for being one of the narrowest homes in the world. It’s also famous for supposedly being built out of spite by John Hollensbury, who was tired of horse-drawn carriages flying down the alley and hitting the walls of his house.

Alexandria Colonial Tours

Bring the whole family along for Alexandria’s Original Ghost & Graveyard Tour. Follow an 18th-century costumed guide by lantern light through the charming streets of Alexandria’s historic district, Old Town. On this entertaining tour you’ll hear ghost stories, legends and folklore.

Torpedo Factory Art Center

The Torpedo Factory Art Center’s modern-industrial and versatile space lends itself to an array of special events from weddings, to reunions, corporate events, reunions, bar/bat mitzvahs, live performances, trade expos, and more! With quaint Old Town Alexandria and the Potomac waterfront as your backdrop, you can host an unforgettable special event.

Port City Brewing Co.

The longest-operating brewery in metropolitan Washington, D.C., Port City offers regular tastings, tours, and events at the state-of-the-art facility, located in the historic PORT CITY of Alexandria, Virginia.

The HOUR Shop

With over 10,000 vintage cocktail-related items in stock, The Hour has one of the most extensive curated collections of vintage barware and cocktail glassware available in today’s marketplace.

Kyo Gallery

Kyo Gallery is an international art gallery, showcasing the most talented artists from around the world. Kyo Gallery often presents two simultaneous thematic exhibitions, with works available in three gallery showrooms. When not exhibiting, Kyo Gallery hosts special events and projects across all genres to support charities and foundations around the world.

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Misha’s Coffee

Alexandria’s original specialty roaster. No gimmicks.

Alexandria National Cemetery

First known as Soldiers’ Cemetery, this sacred military burial ground was designated by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862. The first burials were soldiers who died in and around Alexandria. By 1864, the cemetery was near capacity, leading to the construction of Arlington National Cemetery. The cemetery contains some 3,500 graves of Civil War soldiers, including members of the U.S. Colored Troops, as well as four men who lost their lives pursuing President Lincoln’s assassin.

Lost Boy Cider

Whatever you think you know about cider is about to change, we promise. When we started this journey, it became clear how misunderstood cider is. Lost Boy Ciders are made from real apples and natural ingredients.

Galactic Panther Art Gallery

A contemporary art gallery where art, music, and comedy collide – experience Old Town’s most diverse creative community.

Hollensbury Spite House

The bright blue house, about 7 ft. wide, is famous for being one of the narrowest homes in the world. It’s also famous for supposedly being built out of spite by John Hollensbury, who was tired of horse-drawn carriages flying down the alley and hitting the walls of his house.

Alexandria Colonial Tours

Bring the whole family along for Alexandria’s Original Ghost & Graveyard Tour. Follow an 18th-century costumed guide by lantern light through the charming streets of Alexandria’s historic district, Old Town. On this entertaining tour you’ll hear ghost stories, legends and folklore.

Torpedo Factory Art Center

The Torpedo Factory Art Center’s modern-industrial and versatile space lends itself to an array of special events from weddings, to reunions, corporate events, reunions, bar/bat mitzvahs, live performances, trade expos, and more! With quaint Old Town Alexandria and the Potomac waterfront as your backdrop, you can host an unforgettable special event.

Port City Brewing Co.

The longest-operating brewery in metropolitan Washington, D.C., Port City offers regular tastings, tours, and events at the state-of-the-art facility, located in the historic PORT CITY of Alexandria, Virginia.

The HOUR Shop

With over 10,000 vintage cocktail-related items in stock, The Hour has one of the most extensive curated collections of vintage barware and cocktail glassware available in today’s marketplace.

Misha’s Coffee

Alexandria’s original specialty roaster. No gimmicks.

Alexandria National Cemetery

First known as Soldiers’ Cemetery, this sacred military burial ground was designated by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862. The first burials were soldiers who died in and around Alexandria. By 1864, the cemetery was near capacity, leading to the construction of Arlington National Cemetery. The cemetery contains some 3,500 graves of Civil War soldiers, including members of the U.S. Colored Troops, as well as four men who lost their lives pursuing President Lincoln’s assassin.

Lost Boy Cider

Whatever you think you know about cider is about to change, we promise. When we started this journey, it became clear how misunderstood cider is. Lost Boy Ciders are made from real apples and natural ingredients.

Galactic Panther Art Gallery

A contemporary art gallery where art, music, and comedy collide – experience Old Town’s most diverse creative community.

Hollensbury Spite House

The bright blue house, about 7 ft. wide, is famous for being one of the narrowest homes in the world. It’s also famous for supposedly being built out of spite by John Hollensbury, who was tired of horse-drawn carriages flying down the alley and hitting the walls of his house.

Alexandria Colonial Tours

Bring the whole family along for Alexandria’s Original Ghost & Graveyard Tour. Follow an 18th-century costumed guide by lantern light through the charming streets of Alexandria’s historic district, Old Town. On this entertaining tour you’ll hear ghost stories, legends and folklore.

Torpedo Factory Art Center

The Torpedo Factory Art Center’s modern-industrial and versatile space lends itself to an array of special events from weddings, to reunions, corporate events, reunions, bar/bat mitzvahs, live performances, trade expos, and more! With quaint Old Town Alexandria and the Potomac waterfront as your backdrop, you can host an unforgettable special event.

Port City Brewing Co.

The longest-operating brewery in metropolitan Washington, D.C., Port City offers regular tastings, tours, and events at the state-of-the-art facility, located in the historic PORT CITY of Alexandria, Virginia.

The HOUR Shop

With over 10,000 vintage cocktail-related items in stock, The Hour has one of the most extensive curated collections of vintage barware and cocktail glassware available in today’s marketplace.