This weekend, the 16th annual King Street Art Festival will bring more than 220 exhibiting artists to Alexandria to display their creations and crafts. Festival go-ers will be treated to an array of fantastic paintings, sculptures, jewelry, photography, ceramics and more.
Since its founding, Alexandria has welcomed all things modern and new from the Potomac River. Today, this historic city welcomes Robinson Landing, a new walkable neighborhood on three prime waterfront acres. Comprised of luxurious residences, fine dining and retail, and a public promenade and pier, Robinson Landing connects Old Town's storied past with its bright and modern future.
You may have imagined what it would be like to walk along the waterfront promenade at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria. Now, you can take a virtual walk-through of the neighborhood with our brand new virtual tour. The tour takes you through the tree-lined streets, new waterfront promenade, revitalized pier and more. Click here to view the virtual tour.
The Washington, D.C. metro area offers some of the finest retail districts on the East Coast in neighborhoods like Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Georgetown and Tysons. But none may rival Old Town Alexandria where a mix of quaint shops, fashionable boutiques and eclectic studios line the city’s cobblestone streets in buildings dating to the Federal Period.
If you're an art lover, you won't want to miss one of the D.C. area's most impressive art festivals. The 16th Annual King Street Art Festival in Old Town Alexandria takes place on September 22-23 and is free to the public.
EYA Foundation proudly donated 28 backpacks filled with school supplies for kids-in-need through the Montgomery Housing Partnership (MHP). The children (who are ages 5-11) are enrolled in MHP’s after-school homework club in Silver Spring.