Fredericksburg

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Fredericksburg's Fall Haunts

This fall, put on your windbreaker and bring your explorer's hat to spend some colorful, fun-filled days in the Fredericksburg Region of Virginia.Perfect for an October adventure, this itinerary has a little something special for everyone in your party - a multi-generational trick-or-treat!   Read More

 

Red, White & Blue Stafford Getaway

A vacation is one that celebrates our freedom – an experience that is truly American. As Veterans’ Day approaches, reflect on freedom and its many sacrifices with a trip to Stafford – less than an hour from Washington, DC and Richmond.   Read More

 

Girlfriends Retreat to Fredericksburg this Fall

After summer is over and the kids have started school again, plan a few days away with the girls to relax, recharge, and reconnect. Crisp fall air, brightly colored foliage and a charming small town combine to create the perfect escape in Fredericksburg.   Read More

 

Fall Fun in Abundance in Fredericksburg

false 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 …   Read More

Shared Trips

Created by nina August 23, 2014 Trip #1

Featured Attractions: Blue Ridge Pottery, Green Springs National Historic District, James Madison Museum, The, Barboursville Ruins, Barboursville Vineyards ...

6 Day Trip. Read More

Created by Mary May 17, 2012 Military Museums and Memorials

Featured Attractions: Potomac Mills Mall, Arlington National Cemetery, Pentagon, The, Women In Military Service For America Memorial, National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center ...

3 Day Trip. Visit America's military museums and memorials in Northern Virginia. Read More

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