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$83 Cultural & Theme Tours

Alexandria History and Beer

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Lee-Fendall House, Alexandria, VirginiaStart your day by taking a trip back in time visiting Lee-Fendall House, a beautiful example of 18th century craftsmanship and design. The property was originally owned by Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee – American Revolutionary leader, ninth Governor of Virginia, and father of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. We will enjoy a guided tour of the home.Duration: 1 hourStop At: George Washington's Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VirginiaLocated approximately ten miles South of Alexandria, in the late 18th century it was a world away. Enjoy the scenic drive as we wind our way down the George Washington Memorial Parkway to the property for two hours of self-guided time.Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Port City Brewing Company, Alexandria, VirginiaThe first commercial brewery to open in Alexandria since the Portner brewery shut its doors in 1916. Enjoy a flight of their delicious offerings and spend about an hour here before we finish our trip at the King Street Metro Station to complete the loop.Duration: 1 hour

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Walk with a Hasid - Hasidic Insider Walking Tour - Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

Mazal Tov Tours Specializes In Granting Curious People A Live Walking Tour of Historic Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn. We offer different historical tours that let's you experience what it's like to be part of these  communities. All of our tour guides are local Hasidic residence, of the communities. We meet at "2 Firefighter Daniel T. Suhr Place," and walk down Rutledge St. to Lee ave.  Where we will in the heart of the community. We Visit a Sofer and learn how they make Torah Scrolls, mezuzahs and Tefilin. Walk down the main street with a local resident and learn about the history of the neighborhood. Visit the local shops and eat some authentic (Heimish) traditional food.