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MEMBERS should call the museum at (703) 706-9506 to make reservations for free programs or purchase discounted tickets.

 

 “THIS TIDE OF WOUNDED” – THE LEE-FENDALL HOUSE AS CIVIL WAR HOSPITAL: Saturdays, January 21, February 4, and February 18, 10:00 AM

This special tour of the museum and grounds highlights the Lee-Fendall House’s role as a hospital during the Civil War.  Highlights include themes addressed in the PBS series “Mercy Street,” including nursing, soldiers, civilians, medical practices, and free people of color. The tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.  Tickets are $8.00 in advance through the museum’s Online Store, or $10.00 the day of the program. Tour space is limited, so the purchase of tickets in advance is highly recommended.  Tour length 1.5 – 2 hours.

Advance ticket sales have closed.  Tickets may be purchased at the start of the program.

 

 

“FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM” – The African-American Experience at Lee-Fendall House: Saturdays, January 21, February 4, and February 18, 2:00 PM

This special tour interprets the Lee-Fendall House from the perspective of its enslaved inhabitants, exploring the unique experiences of slavery in the city. Hear the true stories of “contrabands,” as seen in the PBS drama “Mercy Street.” The tour will include special access to areas which are not regularly open to the public. Admission to the program is $8.00 in advance through the museum’s Online Store, and $10.00 the day of the program.  Tour space is limited.  Tour length 1.5 – 2 hours.

Advance ticket sales have closed.  Tickets may be purchased at the start of the program.

 

 

JAMES GREEN AND THOMAS DAY – FURNITURE, FAMILY, and RACE in 19th CENTURY VIRGINIA: Saturday, March 18, 2:00 PM

Join Hal Stuart, author of Virginia Sectional Furniture 1800-1860, for a comparison of two of 19th century Virginia’s most successful furniture makers – James Green of Alexandria (one of the historical figures portrayed in the PBS drama “Mercy Street”) and African-American entrepreneur Thomas Day.  Admission is $5.00 in advance through the museum’s Online Store, $7.00 the day of the program.  Space is limited, so the purchase of tickets in advance is highly recommended.

 

 

“BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD” – CIVIL WAR WALKING TOUR OF ALEXANDRIA – Saturday, November 19

The Lee-Fendall House will offers “Beyond the Battlefield,” a guided walking tour of Civil War sites in Historic Old Town. The tour will begin at 10:00 AM outside The Lyceum at 201 South Washington Street. Participants will see locations and stories associated with soldiers, citizens, and the enslaved, including the occupation of Alexandria and emancipation. Stops on the tour will include locations to be featured in the PBS drama, “Mercy Street.” The tour will last approximately 2.5 hours and the tour route is approximately 1.75 miles.  Tickets are $15 in advance, or $20.00 the day of the program. Tour space is limited, so the purchase of tickets in advance is highly recommended. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and bring bottled water. FREE for Members!

 

 

THE GENERAL’S TOUR

The Lee-Fendall House will offer “The General’s Tour,” a guided walking tour of Robert E. Lee sites in Alexandria’s Historic Old Town. The tour will begin at 10:00 AM at the Lee-Fendall House at 614 Oronoco Street, and will highlight locations and stories associated with the Confederate general’s life in Alexandria, his hometown from the age of five and residence of his “earliest and oldest friends.” The tour will last approximately 90 minutes. Tickets are available in advance for $10 or for $15 at the door. Tour space is limited, so the purchase of tickets in advance is highly recommended. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes.

Advance ticket sales have closed.  You may purchase tickets from the tour guide at the start of the program.  Tour guide does not carry change.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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