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Claude Moore Colonial Farm
(703) 442-7557. Adults $2, Seniors & Children $1.
Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA.
Open Wed - Sun 10am - 4:30pm.

A living history farm that portrays the life of a poor family living on a small, tenant farm in 1771.

Gunston Hall
(703) 550-9220. $8 Adults, $7 Seniors, $4 Students.
10709 Gunston Road, Mason Neck, VA.
Open daily 9:30 am - 5:00 pm, except New Year's Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

George Mason was instrumental in the framing of the United States government, but he shied away from public office and preferred, instead, to manage his plantation estate, Gunston Hall. Today, you can visit this 550 acre National Historic Landmark in Fairfax County, Virginia and tour Mason's home.

Mount Vernon
(703) 780-2000. $13 Adults, $12 Seniors, $6 Children.
3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon, VA.
Open daily 8:00 am - 5:00 pm in April - August, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm in September - October, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm in November - March.

George Washington's home and grounds.

Old Stone House
(202) 895-6070. Free Admission.
3051 M Street, NW, Washington, DC. Metro Stop: Foggy Bottom-GWU.
Tours by reservation only.

One of the oldest known structures remaining in the nation's capital, this 1765 Georgetown house is furnished with pieces from the 1765-1810 period. It is surrounded by a beautiful garden.

Old Town Alexandria
221 King Street, Alexandria, VA. (Visitor's Center).

Known as the hometown of George Washington and Robert E. Lee. Founded as a seaport by Scottish merchants in 1749, today Old Town is a thriving national landmark with shops and restaurants located in restored 18th and 19th century buildings and colonial homes.