Auburn Village is close to a variety of tourist attractions. We have compiled five destinations nearby that you can check out on your off day.
Carlyle House Historic Park- 121 N Fairfax St, Alexandria,
If you love history, museums, and how people lived in the eighteenth century, this is a great place to explore and learn. It is an elegant historic mansion built around 1973 that features lush gardens & tours plus concerts & other events.
Gadsby’s Tavern Museum- 134 N Royal St,
This is historic museum consists of two commercial buildings; a 1785 tavern and the 1792 City Hotel. The tavern was the setting for dancing assemblies, theatrical and musical performances, and meetings of local organizations
Alexandria Black History Museum- 902 Wythe St,
This is a local history museum housed in a 1940 building that was the first African American Library in the City of Alexandria. The museum includes the Museum, the Watson Reading Room, and the Alexandria African American Heritage Park.
Stabler-Leadbeater Museum Apothecary Museum- 105-107 S Fairfax St
This is a historic apothecary shop that has been preserved as a museum. It boasts of a vast collection of herbal botanicals, hand-blown glass, and medical equipment.
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial-101 Callahan Dr, Alexandria,
This masonic building and memorial is dedicated to the memory of George Washington, the first president of the United States and a mason. The Memorial offers five tours daily that inform and inspire the visitors with new insights about George Washington, American history, and the Masonic heritage.