is a beautiful state with tons of history. An RV rental in Alexandria
is a fun way to begin your exploration of the scenery, history, and all of the interesting cities that surround Alexandria. Old Town Alexandria, the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, and the Torpedo Factory Art Center are three of the most well-known attractions in Alexandria, Virginia. Outside of Alexandria, there is no shortage of cities that are rich in history, in addition to beautiful scenery.
First up, most of those who live in, or visit Alexandria, have a tendency to make their way to Old Town to see all of the iconic history that is encompassed by the old red brick sidewalks. The Potomac River borders one side of Old Town while the Torpedo Factory Art Center and Masonic Museum act as the other border. With lots of restaurants, shops, and historical monuments, strolling through the town is somewhat of a past and present experience. Added bonus: there's a pet friendly lodging
down the Shenandoah River in Virginia.
While in Old Town Alexandria, you mustn't miss out on seeing the George Washington Masonic National Memorial. This monument for the Nation’s first president also acts as a museum, library, research center concert hall, and a community center. With so much to offer, you should be sure to add this Memorial to your list of things to do in Alexandria.
If you feel the need to continue your search of America’s history, Washington D.C. is less than 10 miles away. Therefore, you can make your way to D.C. and visit some of the most monumental historical attractions in the Nation. You can even get an RV rental in Fredericksburg, VA
. With a Cruise America motorhome you have the chance to explore all of Washington D.C., as well as the other cities that make up the suburbs of Alexandria.
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