Boyhood Home of Robert E. Lee
607 Oronoco St., Alexandria, Virginia (703) 548-8454. The 19th Century home is a lovely setting in Old Town. Capacity: 100
5235 Walney Rd., Centerville, 703-938-8835. The mill is a unique setting located in the wooded acres of Ellanor C. Lawrence Park. Capacity: 150 people
121 North Fairfax St., Alexandria, Virginia (703) 549-2997. This historic mansion in Old Town was the home of Scottish merchant John Carlyle in 1752. Capacity: 80 seated, 100 standing.
Collingwood Library & Museum
8301 East Blvd. Dr., Alexandria, Virginia (703) 765-1652. This museum is dedicated to providing information about our national heritage to the American Public. The grounds include a terrace and gardens used for weddings. Capacity: 125.
10709 Gunston Rd., Mason Neck, Virginia (703) 550-9220. The 556 acre estate was built in 1755 by George Mason, author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights. Capacity: 130 seated, 180 standing.
Old Town Hall
3995 University Dr., Fairfax, Virginia (703) 385-7858. Old Town Hall, built in 1902, is the architectural cornerstone of the downtown historic district. Capacity: 200.
7931 East Blvd. Dr., Alexandria, Virginia (703) 768-5700. Once owned by George Washington, River Farm is now the headquarters for the American Horticultural Society. Capacity: 125 indoors, 200 using the tented terrace.
9000 Richmond Highway, Alexandria, Virginia (703) 780-4000. This grand house overlooking the Potomac River was a gift from George Washington to his nephew Major Lawrence Lewis and his wife Eleanor "Nelly" Custis. Receptions may be held in the House and formal garden only after 5pm. Capacity: 75 standing, 50 seated inside, 1000 people outside.
For Outdoor Wedding Sites in Washington, DC See page 1
For Outdoor Wedding Sites in Maryland, See page 2