Arlington County offers a rich history and some interesting historical landmarks. The Historical Markers video series highlights just a few of the more than 80 historical markers highlighting important sites in Arlington’s past.
- Episode 1 Charles Drew House, 2505 South 1st Street
- Episode 2 Hume School, 1805 South Arlington Ridge Road
- Episode 3 Ft. Whipple, Arlington Boulevard and Pershing Drive
- Episode 4 Washington Blvd. Post Office, 3118 Washington Blvd
- Episode 5 Freedman’s Village, Foxcroft Heights Park (Southgate Road and South Oak Street)
- Episode 6 Radio Towers, South Courthouse Road, Naval Communications Station Entrance
- Episode 7 Cherrydale Volunteer Firehouse, 3900 Lee Highway
- Episode 8 Chain Bridge (Virginia End)
- Episode 9 Necostin Indian Site, Roosevelt Island
- Episode 10 Reevesland, 400 North Manchester Street
- Episode 11 Stratford Junior High School, 4100 Vacation Lane
- Episode 12 – Edmund and Elizabeth Campbell, Campbell Avenue, on the plaza in front of Signature Theater and the Shirlington Library
- Episode 13 – Henry Wright Park, 4350 4th St. North
- Episode 14 – Arlington National Cemetery
- Episode 15 – Little Saigon, Clarendon
- Episode 15 – Ball-Sellers House, 5620 3rd St. South
- Episode 17 – Jackson City, near the grounds of the Twin Bridges Marriott
- Episode 18 – Courthouse Plaza’s World War I Memorial
- Episode 19 – Watergate Investigation, Nash Street, below Wilson Blvd.
- Episode 20 – Green Valley Pharmacy, 2415 Shirlington Rd.
- Episode 21 – Saegmuiller Mansion, 5115 Little Falls Road and 5105 Little Falls Road
- Episode 22 – Crossman House, 2510 N. Underwood Street