Lloyd House

Constructed around 1796-1797, Lloyd House is one of the best examples of Alexandria’s late eighteenth-century Georgian style, and one of five buildings of the Georgian style remaining in the city. It is now used as administrative offices for the Office of Historic Alexandria, and may be rented for private events.

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The Lloyd HouseHistoric Alexandria Administrative Offices

Lloyd House now houses the  administrative offices of the Office of Historic Alexandria (OHA). OHA is responsible for the stewardship and promotion of the historic City through the preservation of the City's historic and archaeological sites, artifacts and records, and for the use of these resources in accordance with professional standards of scholarship and museum procedures. 

Virtual Tour

Visit the Lloyd House on a Google 360 virtual tour.

Renting Lloyd House

The first floor and garden of Lloyd House are  available for rentals and can accommodate up to 100 people, depending on the occasion. This includes weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, parties, meetings and programs.   

History of Lloyd House

Learn more about Lloyd House history.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Appointments recommended

Contact the Office of Historic Alexandria online

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