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A free afternoon allowed us to explore Fredericksburg, but we didn't know where to begin because there is so much history to be found in the area. So we started at the Battlefield Visitor Center and couldn't have been happier with our choice.
Great site and plenty of information about one of the more common Civil War battles. Small museum is filled with information about the battle and area, and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The real gem here though is walking along the battlefield and the...More
We stayed in Fredericksburg for one night on our way back from Myrtle Beach and we really liked it. The town is small but very quaint. There were a number of nice places to eat. The next morning I took the tour of the battle...More
Very interesting stop. Recommend watching the 22-minute video if you have the time. The walking tour of Sunken Road is also very interesting. Staff is very knowledgeable, willing to answer questions and all-around nice.
The battlefield is right in the historic section of town. You won't find a giant grassy area to wander like other battlefields. Instead, you'll be able to walk along the long rock wall the Confederates used to shield themselves throughout the entire battle.
The Battlefields of Fredericksburg are all amazing and a fun way to spend the day with family.
Sunken Road is a somber site but a must see. Chancellorsville, the site where Stonewall Jackson was mortally wounded by friendly fire, and the surrounding Trails are educational...More
We drove about 1 hour from Richmond to the Visitor Center in Fredericksburg. Viewed the movie on the Battle of Fredericksburg and then took a free tour by a park ranger. Very sombering to stand on Sunken Road as you get a sense of what...More
The visitor center was a great launching point for a better understanding of the Battle of Fredericksburg. The movie was informative as were the exhibits. We were able to participate in a free tour of the Sunken Road led by Ranger Britt. The tour was...More
Before visiting the Battlefield, you should stop in the Center to get more information about self-guided tour and guided tour and map. A great movie about the Civil War and Battlefield plus a few exhibits on both floors. Just note, self-guided tour if free but...More
It is interesting place to learn baout the fight between the north and the south in Cfivil War. For many people like me who have not much detail idea, this is the place to learn about the attact during that period of time. It is...More