George Washington's sister and brother-in-law built the Georgian-style Kenmore Plantation & Gardens just before the Revolutionary War.The house itself and garden have been restored for tours, and there is also the Crowinshield Museum building which offers rotating exhibits.Offering live entertainment, Riverside Center is home to both a dinner and children's theater.
Located in a speakeasy restaurant in a Marriot hotels, Cool Cow Comedy offers visitors a mix of open mic and stand up comedy events to attend.
The comedy club has a two drink minimum policy per ticket.
Marquee Cinemas is a movie theater that offers auditorium rentals for special occasions including birthday parties, church services, and school field trips.
The theater provides concessions and shows movies using 3D technology.
The historic region of Fredericksburg is combined with modern attractions in Old Town.
General self-guided walking tours can help guests cover the historic buildings at their own pace before exploring the various boutique stores, art galleries, and many restaurants.The forty block long National Historic District offers a wide range of 18th and 19th century architecture through more than 350 distinct buildings.A historic apothecary shop is located in the district in addition to a number of stores and cafes.Whatever the reason for your visit we invite you to encounter the authentic American experience in the Fredericksburg region.Feel the joy of discovery in the Fredericksburg area’s unique present and entertaining past, in its historical attractions and battlefields, shops, galleries, restaurants and golf courses.On November 14, Burnside, now in command of the Army of the Potomac, sent a corps to occupy the vicinity of Falmouth near Fredericksburg. Lee reacted by entrenching his army on the heights behind the town.