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Saturday, august 23 – Walking Tour of LEE FAMILY HOMES

The Lee-Fendall House will offer a guided walking tour of Lee family homes in Historic Old Town on Saturday, August 23. The tour will begin at 10:00 AM at the Lee-Fendall House at 614 Oronoco Street. Members of the Lee family lived in almost two dozen homes over the years, including a cluster of buildings at the intersection of Washington and Oronoco streets – an area once known as “Lee Corner.” Although family members moved into and out of the city over the years, Alexandria remained their home town and lifelong friendships were forged with neighbors and business associates in the city. The tour will last 90 minutes, and will include stops outside the boyhood home of Robert E. Lee, the Lee-Fendall House, and the home of “founding father” Arthur Lee. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students (students are individuals ages 0 to 17). Tour space is limited, so the purchase of tickets in advance is highly recommended. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes.


Saturday, august 23 – EXHIBIT OPENING

“the lees of alexandria during the war of 1812″

A new exhibit on the experiences of the Lee family in Alexandria during the War of 1812 will open at the Lee-Fendall House on August 23. An opeburning washingtonning reception will be held from 5:00-7:00 PM that evening. “Their Fates Intertwined: The Lees of Alexandria in the War of 1812” will examine the contributions of Alexandria’s citizens during the conflict that led to the writing of our national anthem through the lives of this iconic Virginia family. Tickets to the exhibit opening are $15.