The Spice & Tea Exchange of Annapolis

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320 King St., Alexandria, VA 22314 320 King St., Alexandria Directions
+15713128505
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Report | 2 months ago
It's very enjoyable!
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Report | a year ago
Just know that contrary to what was implied, you only receive 1 tiny piece of chocolate at each site (so 3 total) + a sampling of cider.
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Report | a year ago
Ride the metro
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Report | 2 years ago
Nice look at beautiful old homes decorated for the holidays.
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Report | 2 years ago
Too crowded, gut fun. Wish Sunday hours were the same as Saturday -- til 9:00 rather than only 6:00.
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Report | 2 years ago
Lovely way to spend an afternoon, with history and Christmas customs rolled into one. Loved it and will go back for other tours!
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Report | 2 years ago
The dancing at the Gatsby tavern was quite an experience.
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Report | 4 years ago
My daughters and I truly enjoyed the event.
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Report | 4 years ago
Initially, check-in was very slow--the line wrapped around the block. After about 45 minutes, things seemed to go more smoothly as the staff/volunteers became more familiar with the routine.
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Report | 4 years ago
it was fantastic and such a good deal. thank you!
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From Our Editors

When America's first six presidents needed a place to celebrate, they headed to Gadsby’s Tavern. Home to Thomas Jefferson's inaugural banquet and two of George Washington's Birthnight Balls, the tavern also hosted plenty of community dances, musical performances, and meetings for local organizations.

These days, at the circa-1780s tavern—plus its neighboring 1792 hotel—guides teach visitors about 18th-century decorative arts and social customs. Visitors can also learn about the tavern's recently restored historic subterranean ice well. Designed along with the buildings by architect John Wise, the well could store up to 68 tons of ice, enough for the tavern plus Alexandria's citizens and vacationing polar bears.

In addition to regular guided tours, the museum plays host to frequent programs and events throughout the year. Along with lectures and candlelight tours, these include an annual recreation of George Washington's ball, complete with costumed actors filling in for George and Martha.

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