Archaeology Sidewalk Talk: Robinson Terminal South | News Release | City of Alexandria


May 20, 2017

2 Duke Street

9:30-10:15 a.m.

Curious about the archaeology in your neighborhood? Eager to learn more about what Alexandria looked like 200 years ago? Thrilled to be a resident of a city with such a rich below-ground history?

On Saturday, May 20, at 9:30 a.m., join City of Alexandria Archaeologists for an in-depth conversation about recent discoveries at the Robinson Terminal South development. The site, located at 2 Duke Street, is across the street from the place where an 18th-century ship was uncovered.

This event is free and requires reservations. Space is limited. Call 703.746.4399 to reserve your spot.


This outdoor tour is weather dependent. Please email archaeology@alexandriava.gov for information in the event of inclement weather. The talk will take place on the sidewalk and on gravel surface. Closed-toed shoes and proper footwear are required.

Can’t make it to the talk? Follow our progress on the City’s Archaeological Discoveries on the Waterfront page.  Interested in supporting recent waterfront discoveries? Save our Ship by donating at The Alexandria Shop today.


The City of Alexandria is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended.  To request a reasonable accommodation or an alternative format, e-mail Archaeology@alexandriava.gov, or call 703.746.4399


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