Best Western Central Plaza

3000 Plank Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States
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by LoriPori

Located on the Rappahannock River, in the state of Virginia, FREDERICKSBURG is situated 50 miles (80 km) south of Washington D.C.
Established in 1728, Fredericksburg was named for Frederick, Prince of Wales and son of King George II.
A 40 Block National Historic District in the city's downtown area, contains more than 350 buildings dating to the 18th and 19th centuries, making it a very popular tourist destination.
Historic buildings include the late 18th century Rising Sun Tavern, Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, the 1852 Courthouse and the 1816 Town Hall.

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by Foundryman1

The Hummers got nothing on me.Four and a half tons of fun..... I'm going to scan some of our Motorhome trip photos sooner or later.That Suburban Assault vehicle quote is from Dave Barry

15 years old but running sweet.....and paid for!-life is good!.....

We bought our baby on payments when we were in our 30's and have been across the usa and canada several times.Our longest trip being across Canada to Skagway Alaska-Returning Via the marine highway and then the coast of Oregon and washington with a tour of Utah parks on our way back east-11 weeks and 12,000 miles.Other trips have been to the the Black Hills and Wyoming and there have been a couple to Florida and New England.This is the spare room on wheels that makes possible living in a small home in the city.

These days the price of Gas is up and we have been flying about for our vacations.But it makes traveling with the dogs a pleasure and we need to spend some quality time with ol' Jasper for a change-so don't be surprised if you see me heading down the roadwith a dog sticking his head out the back soon


by LoriPori

A fun way to tour this historic town is to go on the TROLLEY TOURS OF FREDERICKSBURG.
The tour departs from Charlotte St. next to the Visitor Center where tour times and tickets are available. Tickets are $17.00 for adults and $8.00 for Children 5-12. The 75 minute trolley tours of the historic district are offered daily. You will see some of Old Town Fredericksburg's most historic homes,sites and streets and a battlefield, along with the Confederate and Federal cemeteries.

Ferry Farm

by chewy3326

Ferry Farm lies across the Rappahannock River from Fredericksburg in Falmouth, but it is still close to the town, so I'll put it in this page. Ferry Farm was the childhood home of George Washington, the commander of the Continental Army, and first president of the United States of America. Washington was born in 1732 at Popes Creek in Westmoreland County, a 45-minute drive away from Fredericksburg; when he was young, his family moved to Fredericksburg. The grounds of Ferry Farm may seem large today, but what is preserved is actually only 1/3 of the original plantation- 2/3 of the farm have now become residential areas. It was here at Ferry Farm that Washington supposedly cut down a cherry tree and told his father 'he could never tell a lie' (actually a legend, not true). The grounds of Ferry Farm are still relatively large; you can stroll around and see things like excavation areas, various houses (reconstructions; the original farm burned down), and the Rappahannock River (During the Civil War, this farm was used to ferry troops across the Rappahannock). There is an admission fee.

Market Square

by Tom_Fields

In front of the Area Museum is the old Market Square. This is where the old farmers' market was for many years. Today, the square is the scene of many exciting cultural events--especially in summer.

Notice the old cannon next to the museum. It was mounted on the CSS Merrimack, later renamed CSS Virginia. This was history's first ironclad warship, dating from the Civil War.


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Address: 3000 Plank Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States