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Key to the City Museum Pass Tickets
| 44,00 $
Kinder ( 7 - 12 )
| 44,00 $
The Key to the City Museum Pass includes the following museums:
- The George Washington Masonic National Memorial: This nine-story structure is a memorial and museum, research library, cultural space, a communuty and performing arts center and became a National Historic Landmark in 2015. Note: ticket is good for Observation Deck only.
- Carlyle House: Built in 1753, by city founder John Carlyle, this Georgian manor was a key meeting place to discuss the French and Indian War. The Story of Carlyle is much like the early history of Alexandria and America itself.
- Gadsby's Tavern Museum: Tavern keeper John Gadsby's establishment was the center of political, business and social life in Alexandria. The museum consists of the 1785 tavern and the 1792 City Tavern and Hotel, which hosted the likes of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.
- Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum: Opened in 1792 by pharmacist Edward Stabler, this family business operated up until 1933. Over 15,000 artifacts still remain, from herbs to bottles and other sorts of medicines.
- The Lyceum: This Greek Revival building was erected in 1839 and now serves as the City's history museum. This is the go to place to learn about the story of Alexandria, including archaeological finds, old photos, maps, original art and other artifacts.
- Lee-Fendall House Museum & Garden: This historic house, located in Old Town, Alexandria has served as home to members of the Lee family, enslaved and free African American servants, convalescing Union Soldiers, the Downham family, and labor leader John L. Lewis. You'll learn the stories of these people and how they helped shape local and national history.
- Alexandria Black History Museum: Originally, this museum was built as a segregated library for Alexandria's African American community. This museum documents the local and national impact that Alexandria's African American residents had on history.
- Friendship Firehouse: In 1774, the Friendship Fire Company became the first volunteer fire company in Alexandria. The firehouse that you'll see today was built in 1855 and now serves as a firefighting museum.
- Freedom House: A National Historic Landmark owned by the Northern Virginia Urban League, Freedom House Museum is located in the basement-level of one of the most infamous slave trading companies in the country, and bears a connection to the story depicted in the Oscar winning film 12 Years a Slave. The museum is small but powerful with original artifacts and first-person narratives told through video and exhibits.
Combined admission to these historical sites is a $44 value!
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Present your DC Explorer Pass at the Visit Alexandria visitor center to receive your Key to the City Pass.
November - March: Daily, 10:00am-5:00pm
Extended hours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Spring/Summer
Please visit website for the hours and contact information of the included sites. We recommend calling the sites for the most up-to-date hours of operation.
Thanksgiving, Weihnachten und Neujahr.
221 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
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