The Rising Sun Tavern is a historic building in Fredericksburg, Virginia. It was built in 1760 as a home by Charles Washington, younger brother of George Washington, and became a tavern in 1792.
History Museum, Museum, Historical Place
If you didn't take the Trolley, you didn't see the town!
Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg provides visitors with entertaining and informative 75-minute tours of the downtown historic district & Fre
Welcome to the official facebook page of the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields Memorial National Military Park.
Soldiers, civilians, slaves--lives transformed by what took place
Government Building, National Park, Historical Place, Cemetery
Where the Past is Present
Museum, Concert Hall, Event Venue, Church, Educational Site, History Museum
Great Food, Sports, and Music! Catering Now Available!!!
This is strictly a FAN PAGE of the local Hard Times Cafe & Cue in Downtown Fredericksburg.
Cafe, Sports, American Restaurant, Restaurant
Located on the lot where Monroe practiced law in Fredericksburg, VA, we are dedicated to the study and interpretation of the life and times of the 5th President and his family.
The James Monroe Mu
History Museum, Historical Place, Event Venue, Library
Chatham Manor is the Georgian-style home completed in 1771 by farmer and statesman William Fitzhugh, after about 3 years of construction, on the Rappahannock River in Stafford County, Virginia, opposi
Historical Place, Museum
Museum, Shopping, Historical Place
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park is a unit of the National Park Service in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and elsewhere in Spotsylvania County, commemorating four major battles in the
Historical Battlefield, Historical Place