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Very much enjoyed touring the historic district in Frederickburg. Many very old homes - renovated and restored. George Washington lived here in his youth. Did a walking tour - enjoyed the shops, architectural styles on buildings, trees, streets, pubs, history and restaurants. Lots to do...More
Sleepy town downtown. Some interesting buildings and several shops and places to eat. Start in one side of the sidewalk and walk your way to the end and the cross the street and do the same. If you missed visiting the vineyards on the way...More
The trolley tour leaving from the visitors center lasted about 75 minutes. It cost $16 and takes you riding around old town with the driver giving an historical narrative. Nice way to see what you want to walk back to and investigate further because they...More
The Fredericksburg historic district is lovely. There's a trolley route, which is convenient, and it's laid out on a grid, so it's very easily walkable! Take your time and read the plaques on the buildings. I recommend it!
Lots of great architecture in an easy to walk district. Fun and unique shops include: The Cats Closet for fun cat-themed gifts (and four real cats) ; Riverby Books for rare books ; Heather for unusual and pretty jewelry and gifts.
There are also nice...More
To really get an overview of the city, take the trolley ride! Hopefully you get John as your tour guide because he is the best. The tour is 75 minutes and quite entertaining in addition to being extremely informative. However, it really is for adults...the...More
The historic district has many great examples of architecture throughout the time period that it has existed. The downtown is a bustling place with very few vacant storefronts. There are many interesting antique places, taverns, restaurants, and attractions all in a few block area.
If you want to absorb yourself in the Colonial and Civil War historical past of Fredricksburg, take the trolley ride. I advise to ride in the early morning in the summer as the ride we took over Memorial Day weekend in the late afternoon was...More