Residents of Spring Hills Mount Vernon assisted living in the Mount Vernon and Alexandria areas of Northern Virginia, enjoy spacious private apartment suites, fine dining, personalized services, and a wide selection of activities that reflect their interests. Our distinctive approach to assisted living and holistic care, together with our outstanding senior housing, allows residents to live as independently and as vibrantly as possible.
Spring Hills Mount Vernon is located in historic Alexandria, Virginia. Founded in 1749, Alexandria celebrates a rich heritage while offering modern fun and recreation.
Discover America's first home which is located only 2.5 miles from Spring Hills Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington from the time of their marriage in 1759 until General Washington's death in 1799. Visitors are invited to tour the Mansion house and more than a dozen outbuildings including the slave quarters, kitchen, stables, and greenhouse. After a stroll through the estate you can enjoy delicious regional and colonial cuisine for lunch or dinner at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant by candlelight and served by colonial-costumed servers.
Only 6.5 miles north of Spring Hills you can enjoy a wide array of great restaurants and shops in Old Town Alexandria. Old Town Alexandria is a quaint historic town just on the other side of the Potomac River from Washington, DC. Dating back to 1749, Alexandria's riverfront was an important colonial port during colonial, revolutionary and Civil War periods. Today Old Town Alexandria is a revitalized waterfront with cobblestone streets, colonial houses and churches, museums, shops and restaurants. There are a variety of fun guided tours of Old Town Alexandria available including cruises on the Potomac River, horse drawn carriage rides, ghost tours, and historic walking tours.
From its iconic monuments and buildings to its historic neighborhoods and free museums, Washington, DC offers so many interesting attractions, which is only 12.5 miles from Spring Hills Mount Vernon. Consider a tour of the White House Visitor's Center, a wealth of information about one of the most powerful symbols of American history and politics. From there you can make your way to a number of moving tributes, including the Vietnam War Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial. D.C. is especially known for its museums. From the Holocaust to the history of space exploration and from dinosaurs to international spies, there is a museum for almost every area of interest, with many offering free admission. Great shopping, restaurants and Colonial architecture can be found in Georgetown. And The Mall, a slice of greenery in the center of town surrounded by the buildings of the Smithsonian, is the perfect place to grab a hot dog, relax and take in the sights an d sounds of this lively and influential city.
For the sports enthusiasts there is always a professional sporting event to attend. You can catch a Washington Redskins, Capitals, Nationals or Wizards game at varying times of the year. If sporting events are not your thing you can catch a street fair, festival or shows at the local theater which are plentiful all year round.
You can get to all of these locations by boarding the Spring Hills bus, taxi, train/metro, local bus or boat. We encourage all of our residents and families to take advantage of all there is to see and do in this historical area of ours.