Fall Fun in Abundance in Fredericksburg

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    Fall in Love with Fredericksburg

    There is something refreshing about a change in scenery, a change from the day-to-day routine and from the people and places we are accustomed to seeing.  Such a change allows us to suspend our daily concerns and rejuvenate with people, places and things … a TIMELESS indulgence.  Lose yourself in a long weekend.  Savor your personal change of perspective with good wine and affordable fun in Fredericksburg.
    Virginia Wine Experience

    Day 1:

    Check in and make yourself comfortable in your downtown lodging at the Richard Johnston Inn or the Schooler House Bed & Breakfast. Then leave your car keys in the room and soak in the crisp fall air with wine tastings at the Virginia Wine Experience and an amazing dinner at Poppy Hill Tuscan Kitchen, recently named one of the Top 10 Farm to Table restaurants in the country by Bon Appetit.
    Farmer's Market

    Day 2:

    Get up early and hit our Farmers' Market for the best selection of fresh produce, breads, meats and cheeses from our local farmers. Have your fill of ale and authentic German eats in the center of our downtown shopping district. The perfect finale to a day of dowtown fun is to top it off with a riverside dining experience at TruLuv’s American Bistro.
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    Day 3:

    Start your morning off with a hot cup of tea and homemade pastries at Tea Tyme & What Nots before a morning Trolley Tour of Fredericksburg and lunch at The Virginia Deli.  On your way out of town, stop by Carl's Frozen Custard for a 1950's style ice cream treat.  This iconic landmark has been featured on the Food Network and is one of our most popular sites – a "don’t miss", more-than-affordable end to this festive weekend!
    This fall getaway was submitted by Frederickburg Visitor Center. See www.VisitFred.com for more great travel ideas in the Fredericksburg region.
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