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Stomach-in-your-throat, hair-raising, top-of-your-lungs, sheer adrenaline rush excitement. Those are our coasters.
Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center
This 18th-century building restored as the Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop presents a vivid living history interpretation of Colonial medical practices...
The historic museum building houses a collection of over 1,600 items, including decorative arts, personal items, costumes and memorabilia, all belo...
Art First Gallery, Inc.
Brush Strokes Gallery features original fine art to compliment every décor. Located in the heart of historic Fredericksburg, the gallery is ...
The site of one of the Federal pontoon bridges constructed under fire in December 1862. Located at the east end of Sophia Street at the Rappahannock ...
In 1772, George Washington purchased a house from Michael Robinson in Fredericksburg for his mother. Mary Ball Washington spent her last 17 years i...
A multifaceted art gallery, retail store, and classroom, PONSHOP features contemporary fine art, ceramics, clothing and handmade items from local a...
Stage Door Productions is currently in its 14th season.
We are a local, non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote theatre throug...
Saint George's Episcopal Church
Bill Harris Art Studio
The St. James' House was built around 1768 and is one of the few eighteenth-century frame houses still standing in Fredericksburg. The house ...
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The Central Rappahannock Heritage Center archives and preserves historical documents and photographs from the counties of Caroline, Stafford, King ...
Thomas Jefferson Religious Freedom Monument
Wm Mason II Violin Shop is located in the Historic Farmers Creamery building where ice cream, popsicles, butter etc. were produced...
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