Halloween Weekend Picks: October 30-31

Halloween is “creeping up” on Alexandria, and after a month full of supernatural fun, the festivities are still going strong. If you (or your dog) are still wondering what to do in Alexandria for Halloween, we’ve got the scoop here!  Continue reading

Ghost Post: The Legend of the Female Stranger

Are you ready for an eerie-sistible Halloween in Alexandria? To kick off this spook-tacular week, today’s post is brought to you by Wellington Watts, owner and veteran tour guide of Alexandria Colonial Tours, perhaps best known for his Ghost and Graveyard Tour through haunted Old Town. Discover the story of Alexandria’s most famous ghost below… Continue reading

Weekend Picks: October 24-26, 2014

Why wait until October 31 to celebrate Halloween? Alexandrians sure don’t! This weekend, Alexandria is abuzz with Halloween-themed festivities, from ghost tours to costume parades to trick-or-treating for dogs and kids. Continue reading

Top Halloween Events in Alexandria

IT’S ALIVE!!! Alexandria’s history, that is. Come Halloween, Alexandria’s rich  past comes to life as spirits walk the cobblestone streets and costumed guides lead brave souls on late-night tours of Old Town’s haunted hotspots. Continue reading

Around the World in Alexandria

Alexandria’s streets have seen a lot of American history, but they are also home to a wide spread of international cuisine, shops and festivals. From Sri Lanka to El Salvador, authentic ethnic food spices up Alexandria’s thriving dining scene, and just a quick trip to Old Town Alexandria, Del Ray and beyond can give you a taste of Greece, Vietnam, or Ethiopia. Continue reading

Dogs of Alexandria

It’s no secret that Alexandria loves dogs: just take a stroll down King Street in Old Town or Mount Vernon Avenue in Del Ray and you’ll see many a pooch doing the same, human companion in tow. With dog friendly hotels, parks, boutiques and free treats throughout town, Alexandria is downright pup-ular. Continue reading