Sightseeing in Historic Fredericksburg, for a Step Back in Time

Pleasant hours can be spent just strolling and/or driving slowly around the historic district of Fredericksburg. All of the pictures below (with full-size images of them and other pictures at the links provided) were shot from sidewalks in the historic district, or within a few feet of sidewalks.

To see larger pictures of some of the beautiful old homes in the historic district of Fredericksburg, click here.







To see larger pictures of the historic downtown, with its many antique and specialty shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants, and museum, click here



To see larger pictures of additional picturesque old homes in the historic district, click here.







Fredericksburg's historical importance spans centuries, including the fact that three major Civil War battles were fought in the area, and there are battlefield parks and visitor centers commemorating those battles.
To go to a website that provides information about those and many other attractions and museums, and to receive a free Visitor Guide (but
please first note down our web address ( to make sure you know how to get back to our website), click here.
Also recommended:
Visitor Center, 706 Caroline Street: 540-373-1776
George Washington's Ferry Farm, 268 King's Highway, Fredericksburg - ,
Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center, 907 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg - - 540-371-3037
Trolley tour:
(Impressionist painter) Gari Melchers' Home and Studio, with colorful formal gardens and wooded hiking trails in the artist's 27-acre retreat, at 224 Washington St., Falmouth. .
Art First Gallery (pottery and art for sale), 824 Caroline St. 540-371-7107
Events Calendar -

Not recommended: the steamboat ride.

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