Potomac Banks Savings Pass
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Potomac Banks Savings Pass
- Valid for 90 Days after purchase and 180 Days after first redemption
- Mobile exclusive
- Instantly delivered via text and email
- No apps to download
- Pass saves you 20% off general admission to participating sites
$25.00 - $46.00
How this Pass Works
Step 1 - Get Your Pass
This mobile exclusive passport is a collection of curated attractions, retailers, restaurants and more and offering admissions and discounts to redeem during your visit.
Step 2 - Receive Text
Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.
Step 3 - Redeem
When visiting a participating business, simply present your phone to the attendant or staff member to redeem available discounts or claim an admission.
George Mason's Gunston Hall
GUNSTON HALL, known as The Home of American Rights, is the historic home of George Mason—author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights of 1776 and “Father of the Bill of Rights”. The campus features George Mason’s Georgian-style mansion (built in 1755) situated on 550+ acres. The site includes a newly renovated visitor center, hiking trails, reconstructed outbuildings, and a riverside garden (soon to be restored to its 18th-century appearance). Daily tours invite visitors to explore details of George Mason’s life, his ideas, and to think critically about the important principles and implications of the Virginia Declaration of Rights.Show more
George Washington's Mount Vernon
Visit George Washington's Mount Vernon and take a self-guided tour of the first American president’s historic estate. Stroll through the 18th-century gardens and grounds; visit the Washington family tombs; meet heritage-breed animals; and interact with people from Washington's world.
Woodlawn & Pope-Leighey House
Visit Woodlawn, the first property owned and operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Once part of Mount Vernon, George Washington gave the property to his step-granddaughter and nephew, Eleanor Parke Custis and Lawrence Lewis. Tour the mansion, designed by US Capitol architect William Thornton, and see how the Lewis’s and people like Dolcey and her daughter Sukey, whom they enslaved, occupied the same space but lived vastly different lives. Discover how Woodlawn became a center for abolitionist activity and a place where free Blacks, Quakers, and others created an integrated farming community. Learn about the site’s significance to the 20th century historic preservation movement and tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey house, a Usonian home moved to the property in 1966 to save it from demolition. Compare messages reflective of contrasting world views recorded in the architecture of Wright and Thornton, the nation’s preeminent architects of their eras.Show more
G34.3 Brewing Company
G34.3 Brewing Company is a small batch brewery in Lorton focused on innovation and quality, with a "concept" taproom that takes you one small step into outer space.
- $1 Off Pint
The house that was built for Thomson Francis Mason, is now open to the public. Thomson Francis Mason was the mayor of Alexandria, D.C. from 1827-30 and a grandson of George Mason, author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights. He used the federal period villa, which was built for him in 1825, as a summer retreat. The 19th century architectural gem is located near the main entrance to Huntley Meadows Park . Historic Huntley is on the National Register of Historic Places, the Virginia Landmarks Register and the Fairfax County Inventory of Historic Sites. The buildings on site are open for rentals, scheduled programs and tours, and Saturday tours between the months of April through October.Tours are 10:30 a.m., noon, and 1:30 p.m.Admission:Students 16 and up - $4Adults - $5Seniors - $3Children 5 to 15 - $3Children under 5 - free admissionPayment by cash or check preferred, but we can accept Visa and Mastercard. Payment occurs on-site at Historic Huntley.Show more
- 20% Off Historic Huntley Tours
National Museum of the United States Army
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY CELEBRATES OVER 245 YEARS OF ARMY HISTORY AND HONORS OUR NATION’S SOLDIERS—PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE—THE REGULAR ARMY, THE ARMY RESERVE AND THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.
- 10% Off Museum Store Purchase
- 10% Off Simulator Tickets
Woodlawn Press Winery
At Woodlawn Press Winery, wine is always simple, fun, and tastes great.
- Wine Down With Woodlawn Press Winery
Workhouse Arts Center
The Workhouse Arts Center, a program of the Workhouse Arts Foundation, provides essential visual and performing arts studio and exhibition space as well as engaging arts education programs for people of all ages and artistic abilities. Set on 55 acres of land in the historic D.C. Workhouse and Reformatory, the Workhouse provides a home for more than 65 of the regions finest professional and emerging artists as well as cooperative studios, performance and theater venues, dedicated gallery space, and event facilities.Show more
- 10% Off Gift Shop Items