Virtual Tours in and Around Old Town Alexandria
Old Town Alexandria and the surrounding Washington D.C. area are home to world-class museums, national monuments, and popular festivals. Discover top attractions near The Alexandrian from the comfort of your home with these five free virtual tours of popular destinations in and around Alexandria, VA.
Discover more than 20 Old Town Alexandria attractions and historic sites, including the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum, Captain’s Row, King Street, and the Alexandria waterfront during a 360 Alexandria tour. Plus, take a virtual bike ride on the Mount Vernon Trail or virtual water taxi adventure across the Potomac River toward Washington D.C.
Situated on the banks of the Potomac River just minutes from The Alexandrian in Old Town Alexandria, Mount Vernon is composed of a mansion, lush gardens and grounds, intriguing museum galleries, and a distillery and gristmill. Explore George Washington’s former estate during this interactive tour of Mount Vernon.
If you missed the blossoms this year, enjoy a virtual tour of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C. across the Potomac River from The Alexandrian in Old Town Alexandria. Explore Tidal Basin, the Blossom Kite Festival, and the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade and enjoy D.C.’s famous cherry blossoms throughout the year.
A Smithsonian museum in Washington D.C. near Old Town Alexandria, the National Museum of Natural History allows visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits, including current, past, and permanent displays. Plus, use the close-up view for additional details on select objects and exhibit panels.
More than just a home for the presidents and their families, The White House in Washington D.C. across the Potomac River from The Alexandrian in Old Town Alexandria is a symbol of the United States and the president’s administration. The only private residence of a head of state that is open to the public, take a virtual White House tour and explore the residence’s art and décor, lush gardens, and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.