Historic Fredericksburg

Halfway between the State Capital and the Nation's Capital on the Rappahannock River is one of Virginia's most historic cities. Fredericksburg, once the residence of notable historic families such as Washington and Monroe, has preserved much of its historic charm. Tree lined streets with boutiques and shops, trendy restaurants, and art galleries bring year-around enjoyment to local residents and visitors. Home to University of Mary Washington, three major hospitals, parks and bike paths, Fredericksburg offers a wealth of entertainment, recreation, educational and cultural opportunities.

Shopping | Dining | Neighborhoods 

Education | Culture | Recreation 

Airports

 

Richmond International

Washington Reagan

Washington Dulles

Baltimore Washington

Hospitals

 

Mary Washington Hospital

Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center

Stafford Hospital Center

Shopping

 

Downtown Fredericksburg

 

Spotsylvania Town Center

 

Central Park

 

Downtown Churches

 

Fredericksburg Presbyterian

 

Fredericksburg United Methodist

 

St. George's Episcopal

 

Shiloh Old Site Baptist

 

Shiloh New Site Baptist

 

Fredericksburg Baptist

 

Trinity Episcopal

 

Church of Christ

 

St. Mary's Catholic

 

New City Fellowship

Parks

 

Old Mill Park

 

Alum Springs Park

 

Fredericksburg Dog Park

 

Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Military Park

 

Kenmore Park

 

Memorial Park

 

Recreation

 

Heritage Trail/Canal Path

 

Fredericksburg Parks & Recreation

 

Fredericksburg Field House

 

Dixon Park

 

Fredericksburg Country Club

Museums & Historic Sites

 

Mary Washington House

 

Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop

 

Rising Sun Tavern

 

Ferry Farm

 

Kenmore Plantation & Gardens

 

James Monroe Museum & Memorial Library

 

Fredericksburg Area Museum & Cultural Center

 

Gary Melchers Home & Studio at Belmont

 

Chatham Manor

 

St. George's Episcopal Church