Alexandria, Virginia’s Black history experience is engaging visitors with seven new trails and tours across the city. It offers from a waterfront heritage trail to a tour telling stories of the Underground Railroad. Continue reading “New Black History Tours And Trails Offered By Alexandria This Fall”
Carlyle House was built in 1753 by British merchant and city founder John Carlyle. The Georgian mansion gained a place in history when British General Edward Braddock made it his headquarters in 1755 and summoned five colonial governors to plan the early campaigns of the French and Indian War.