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Agricultural museum housed in a 1900 farm and farm outbuildings.
Live harness racing and simulcast wagering.
18th and 19th century artifacts from archeological digs in Alexandria, field notes, photographs, research files associated with collections.
Gadsby's Tavern Museum consists of two buildings, a ca. 1785 tavern and the 1792 City Hotel. The buildings are named for Englishman John Gadsby who operated them from 1796 to...
The Friendship Firehouse, built in 1855, is a museum open to the public. Buckets, hose, axes, Friendship’s mid-19th century suction engine – elaborately decorated with the...
This museum explores American history, society and creative expresson from an African American perspective.
This fort across the Potomac from Mount Vernon was built to protect Washington, D.C. Construction was begun in 1814 to replace an 1809 fort destroyed by the British.
Military museum housed in 1824 Fort Washington with 1817 Commandant's house.