The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is a historical nine story neoclassical structure located at 101 Callahan Drive in Alexandria. Built the 1920s by Freemasons of the United States in honor of the late George Washington, the memorial is a popular place for residents to visit and learn all about George Washington and the history of Freemasonry in Alexandria and the wider United States. The George Washington Masonic National Memorial features a memorial and museum, an active Masonic temple, a research library, a cultural space and a community and performing arts center. The Memorial was named a National Historic Landmark in 2015 by the National Park Service. The historical landmark is open for daily with guided tours being offered. During the tour persons can learn more about five areas of the Memorial which includes exhibit rooms and the Observation Deck which offers an amazing view of the City.