Throughout June, celebrate Pride Month in historic Alexandria, Virginia, minutes from Washington, D.C., with more than 20 events, happenings, food and drink specials, hotel packages and more. The city was recommended by OUT Magazine in 2018, rated an “All-Star” for LGBTQ rights by the Human Rights Campaign Municipality Equality Index in 2017 and named the #2 Best Town in Virginia for LGBT Families by Movoto in 2016. Alexandria is a welcoming and inclusive home base for your Pride Month celebrations including Washington, D.C.’s Capital Pride from June 7 to 10, 2018.
2017 marks what would have been Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday, and Alexandria’s Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Pope-Leighey House is joining in on nationwide celebrations with some can’t-miss events happening throughout the summer. If you’re a Frank Lloyd Wright fan, an architecture fan, or are looking for something new and unique to do in the D.C. region, you don’t want to miss visiting Alexandria’s Pope-Leighey House, located just 10 miles from Old Town Alexandria. Keep reading for our top 5 reasons to visit this summer, with birthday-inspired programming happening all year long. Continue reading