Prince Street

The brick-paved 200 block of Prince Street is known as Gentry Row, due to its dignified 18C structures. The stuccoed, salmon Greek Revival Athenaeum (1852) on the corner was built as the Old Dominion Bank and now functions as a gallery for the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Assn.

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1 Prince Street

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Market Square
Market Square
Now modernized and dominated by a
0:15
Alexandria Visitors Center
Alexandria Visitors Center
The north portion of this colonial
0:15
Carlyle House
Carlyle House
Modeled after a Georgian manor house,
1:00
See all