The City of Fredericksburg on Thursday (Feb. 23) is set to unveil its Civil Rights Trail: “Freedom, a Work in Progress.” The three-mile walking trail guides participants through post-Civil War history, drawing together the stories — one never-before-heard testimony at a time — of Fredericksburg-area people and places that have helped shape the civil rights narrative.
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We regret to announce the recent death of our longtime colleague and friend, Lura Belle Nichols Hill.
The downtown Fredericksburg property that currently houses the City’s Visitor Center and the adjacent parking lot is for sale.
Fredericksburg has been named one of the best places in Virginia to visit during the Christmas season.
The City of Fredericksburg is looking for qualified and experienced architectural firms to provide design and construction drawings for a new Visitor Center downtown.
The 2021 economic impact of Fredericksburg Tourism was $131.5 million.
A truckload of newly designed Fredericksburg Visitor Guides arrived at the Fredericksburg Visitor Center this week.
A Fredericksburg artist and teacher for decades, RJ’s artwork will be on display at the Visitor Center until October 31.
With the new XPasses available for purchase at the Fredericksburg Visitor Center (706 Caroline Street), you can visit many of the area’s historic sites all for one price.
The 18th-annual Itty Bitty City scavenger hunt has just started in FXBG. Here is a firsthand account.
The Fredericksburg Visitor Center is offering a newly revised, self-guided walking tour of the Historic Washington Avenue District.
The Fredericksburg area is filled with trails of all sizes, including the beautiful and beginner-friendly Motts Run Reservoir Trail.