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The houses in Fredericksburg are a joy to see. We just took company to several artist galleries , lunch at Foode and antique shopping galore. Always a festive atmosphere and everone is very kind to help you get around.
I am glad the city is working on preseving the old town area of Fredericksburg. The city has grown so much that many travelers may think that Fredericksburg is a city turning the big fields into shopping malls. The old town is still very charming...More
The Old part of Fredericksburg did not seem to offer much when we visited, except for James Monroe's birthplace and Mary Washington's home. There are a few restaurants but we found the area not very inspirational.
Old Town Fredericksburg is an amazingly well-preserved and vital historic town. It was the boyhood home to George Washington and the most contested piece of real estate in the country during the Civil War, home to four major battles. Nearly 300 years of history, dating...More
Enjoyed our visit here, everything was in walking distance, the place is immaculate. It seemed on every corner there was a sign about the building. Be sure to see the stone that was used to buy and sell the slaves when they came off the...More