Just 3 miles from Gaylord National Harbor Convention Center and Rosecraft racetrack, Boiling Air Force Base and Old Town Alexandria
National Harbor's premiere boutique hotel featuring complimentary parking, breakfast, local shuttle service and on-site dining.
Built in 1928, historic Neo-Georgian-style brick mansion. Formal English gardens, reflecting pool, expansive lawns. Minutes from National Harbor.
A $1.3 billion casino resort featuring entertainment, a spa and salon, high-end retail, meeting space and more than a dozen restaurants.
This farm, once a 1,300-acre plantation near the Potomac River, is now part of Oxon Cove Park. The farm offers programs and exhibits on the history of the farm's enslaved labor and their escapes. One escape involved Thomas Berry's enslaved shoemaker, Jacob Shaw, who fled during the fall of 1840.