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The Jones Point Light is a small wooden lighthouse built on the banks of Potomac River. First lit in in 1856, it was functional until 1995. It went through several restorations in the past. The house is closed to the public, however you can enjoy the lights's and the river's beauty from the outside.
If you're visiting DC and you're a beer connoisseur, DC Brau is a great place to visit. The brewery, one of the few easily accessible within the city, offers tours of its premises, tastings and a number of events across the week. The best part is, you don't have to leave the kids home! They can visit too, and learn about the fascinating methods and science behind brewing beer, though of course, you have to be 21 years old to enjoy a glass.
Set amidst undulating greens and spread across 250 acres (101.171 Hectares), Great Meadow is an events center that's committed to fostering a love for art, culture and sport with the people of The Plains. This center serves as a superb backdrop to any event whether a wedding reception, product launch, seminar, team-building event or charity ball. Wine festivals, 4th of July celebrations, national holidays, sport championships and a fleet of cultural activity make this venue very popular with the townsfolk.