George Washington

From serving as the general of the Continental Army and first president of the USA, native Virginian - Washington - is arguably America’s most recognized historical figure.

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The Study at Morrison House
Within the Morrison House, The Study invites visitors to tuck into the books lining the walls while sipping a glass of bubbly or to pass an evening amongst friends over its signature cocktails.
Morrison House
The Federalist-style boutique hotel from Marriott’s Autograph Collection exudes the intimacy and old-warm charm of its neighborhood in Alexandria, VA.
Sally Fairfax
The daughter of one of Virginia’s oldest families and wife to Virginian landed gentry, Sally Fairfax stole a young George Washington’s heart.
Lord Fairfax House
Lord Fairfax was a prominent Virginian who gave George Washington his first job as a surveyor. The two stayed friends throughout their lives.
Gadsby Tavern
The tavern is renown for its litany of connection to the Founding Fathers, including as the site where Jefferson held his inaugural ball.
Alexandria City Hall and Market Square
Originally a market square and the courts of the eighteenth century, the building standing today was erected in 1872 and remains at the center of life for Alexandrians.

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