The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) Headquarters is in historic and charming Alexandria, Virginia. Founded in 1749 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Alexandria is nationally recognized for its architecture, attractions, award-winning restaurants and eclectic shopping. With five Metro stations and hotels to suit every taste, Alexandria is the gateway to Greater Washington D.C. For more information, visit the Web site:
Located only a few hundred feet across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., Arlington’s proximity to our nation’s capital has created a common history, connecting it to Washington, D.C. from very day the city was first conceived. Originally part of the 10-mile square boundary of the Capital City, Arlington played a central role in the birth of our nation’s capital, and in the formation of our country. But few are aware of deep ties that bound Arlington to Washington, and the unbroken thread that wove its way through our national fabric, beginning with our founding fathers, and ending with our modern-day heroes. This is the story of Arlington.
A ten-minute drive from Alexandria, you can visit America's Capital at most exciting time of the year. Washington, D.C. is an incredible place filled with free cultural attractions and world-class entertainment venues, as well as some of the best shopping and dining available. The Smithsonian Museums are the most visited museums in the world and there's nothing more majestic than viewing the monuments on the national mall at nightt when they are all lit up.