Fredericksburg is developing into a cozy, charming little city. We enjoyed the shops and restaurants.
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We loved walking the town & seeing all the old buildings, homes & cemetery. I picked up brochers to read the history after we returned home. I love this type of history. If you are interested in war history, this is the place to visit.
Old town is not as old as other old towns. The hip shops and tea rooms are new. As are the beer pubs and trinket shops. Plenty of civil war shops along with antique shops mixed in with among historic building and museums.
I fell in love with Fredericksburg the first time I saw it. And as much as you see, there is always something else to see. Downtown has wonderful historic buildings all over, sometimes you can even get into see one. Museums, old churches, great shopping,...More
Fredericksburg is a beautiful little city to visit. Lots of shops and restaurants with the feel of history. A great place to combine sight seeing with some down time. Safe and clean with plenty of history, another words perfect for the traveler.
Walked through some of Old Town Fredericksburg on a sunny Friday afternoon when we had 1-2 hrs free time. It is very unique not just historically but for the stores that are open now. We were staying in nearby Warrenton for a few days and...More
I was visiting friends in Virginia and we drove down to Fredricksburg on a beautiful spring day. Easy to get around, plenty of parking, great shops, nice restaurants, cool attractions for history buffs.
There isn't much to do here. There are several "antique" shops on Caroline Street, the main street in town. Several places to get something to eat. Nice place to just walk around for an hour or so.
We went to the visitors center and got a map with a walking tour of this city. It turned out to be a great way to see many of the historical sites here. Each site is numbered, and the route is clearly marked. We went...More
Fredericksburg is a quaint little town that has sidewalks that roll up at 6pm (or earlier) so if you're there, get there before then! There are a variety of restaurants and mom and pop shops. Lots of history based antique shops and civil war stuff...More