The iconic Gadsby's Tavern Museum comprises of a tavern and hotel from the late 1700s. The architecture is quintessentially Georgian with a colonial appearance. A yesteryear social hub in Alexandria, it played host to various cultural events and its hospitality attracted political and business luminaries aplenty. The rooms have served as temporary quarters to prominent personalities such as George and Martha Washington as well as Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. Wander through the galleries displaying numerous photographs, artifacts, personal belongings and memorabilia surrounding the existence of the 18th Century establishment. In addition, view portraits of John Gadsby and his wife, former operators of the tavern, after whom the place is named.