There are tons of great restaurants and shops in downtown Fredericksburg. There are also a lot of historical sites and tours that can be visited in the area. It's proximity to Washington, D.C. and some military bases in the area make it a great place to stay for travel or work.
During the Civil War, Fredericksburg was strategically important because of its port location midway between Washington and Richmond, the opposing capitals of the Union and the Confederacy. During the Battle of Fredericksburg from December 11–15, 1862, the town sustained significant damage from…
Few places in Virginia offer the diversity of history that you'll find in Fredericksburg. Not only was it where George Washington spent large parts of his boyhood, it is rich in Native American history, Revolutionary War history, Civil War history (including 5 major battle sites), African American…
Fredericksburg, VA is a historic, small, college town. The history and the food make for a cultural and relaxing getaway. There is always something to do with many festivals for food, beer, holiday and anything else we can think of to celebrate.