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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Popular byways and historic drives offer spectacular views of Virginia's fresh spring color.
Massad Family YMCA
Approximately 110,000 casualties occurred during the four major battles fought in the vicinity of Fredericksburg, Virginia making it the bloodiest ...
Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park
White Oak Museum houses an extensive collection of Civil War artifacts, representing both Union and Confederate troops. Most items were discarded o...
Enjoy a two mile hike through three public parks in southern Stafford County. Scenic beauty surrounds you as the path winds through the Histo...
Gari Melchers Home and Studio at Belmont - The richly furnished country house and working studio of American impressionist painter Gari Melchers (1...
Celebration Stage is a permanent, multi-purpose, partially covered Southern Yellow Pine structure; size: 52 x 30 feet. The design allows for a vari...
Thomas Jefferson Religious Freedom Monument
Built by George Washington's sister, Betty Washington Lewis, and her husband, Fielding Lewis, this Georgian-style, brick mansion reflects the pre-R...
Mary Washington Monument
Built by Charles Washington around 1760 as his home, this frame building became a tavern in 1792, operating in the bustling town of Fredericksburg....
The Fredericksburg National Cemetery was established in 1866 and contains the remains of Union soldiers only. The war department created the buria...
In July 1865, three months after the restoration of peace between the states, Congress authorized the establishment of a National Cemetery in Frede...
The St. James' House was built around 1768 and is one of the few eighteenth-century frame houses still standing in Fredericksburg. The house ...
Stage Door Productions is currently in its 14th season.
We are a local, non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote theatre throug...
In 1772, George Washington purchased a house from Michael Robinson in Fredericksburg for his mother. Mary Ball Washington spent her last 17 years i...
In April 1862, many area slaves saw the arrival of the Union army in Stafford as a chance for freedom. During the five-month Union occupation, sla...
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