In the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church cemetery in Alexandria is one of the most famous graves in the area. The inscription on the tombstone bears no name, no hint to who may have been buried underneath. It is not that the name has been erased from centuries of wind and rain. It just never existed. Instead, the table-top tombstone is dedicated to the memory of a “Female Stranger”, an unknown woman who has become the subject of local legends and tales in Alexandria.
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is a magnificent nine-story neoclassical structure that has been built and maintained by the Freemasons of the United States to honor the memory of George Washington and to preserve the history and heritage of American Freemasonry.
When you want to catch a movie and enjoy some good old-fashioned popcorn and soda, head over to the AMC Hoffman Center 22.