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The Weather in Alexandria
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 89° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 30° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Enjoy a central location close to D.C. with Alexandria vacation homes
Founded in 1749, Alexandria is home to historic monuments and well-preserved colonial architecture admired by visitors. From fine dining to fall festivals, visitors will find Alexandria vacation rentals are the ideal way to experience the city.
Dining out in Alexandria: Fine dining and brunch in Old Town
The culinary scene in Alexandria is diverse and delicious, and many restaurants focus on farm-to-fork sustainability. Walking from your vacation home to Old Town Alexandria is almost as enjoyable as the plethora of bars and restaurants housed there in its old stone buildings.
Renowned chefs working in Alexandria ensure there's plenty of options for fine dining throughout the city, especially during Alexandria's annual restaurant week. Brunch is a favorite weekend meal among locals, and travelers will want to try local favorites like Bastille and Del Ray Cafe.
Historic Alexandria: George Washington's estate and torpedo factory art
Located near Washington D.C., Alexandria, Virginia can entertain travelers with its own impressive museums and cultural exhibitions. The Torpedo Factory Art Center is home to local artists who sell their artwork in an old factory setting.
For a bit of history, stop by the George Washington Masonic National Monument or tour the first president's well-preserved estate, Mount Vernon. Fort Ward pays homage to the Civil War with museum exhibits displayed outdoors in a park.
Alexandria Events: Fall festivals and vacation festivities
Alexandria boasts a festive Christmas season, hosting a number of Christmas events throughout the city. Travelers will want to check out Mount Vernon by Candlelight if their visit falls on select days in November and December.
Christmas at Mount Vernon will also help visitors get in the spirit, and the Vacation Boat Parade of Lights is a fun family event for everyone. In the fall, over 300 artists come together for the King Street Art Festival. Cooler weather also brings George Washington Patriot Run and the Port City Oktoberfest.
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