Fredericksburg Hospitality House and Conference Center

2801 Plank Rd, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States
Fredericksburg Hospitality House and Conf Center
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  • Couples70
  • Solo37
  • Business54

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Travel Tips for Fredericksburg


by Buckmarko

Traveling in and around Fredericksburg is not like going in and around Myrtle Beach. With Fredericksburg having an address may not be the best way to go about finding your destinations. Make sure you mapquest it. I found out the hard way looking for a couple of restaurants.

The Epicenter of the southern slave trade in VA

by zanzooni

Don't delude yourself..this IS the south inspite of what others may say or think. People are friendly and helpful, but the social veneer is thin. The truth is, there's still a deviding line, all though narrow, between the blacks and whites here, as well as the yanks and confederates. Manners are all important, as they still use Ma'm and Sir here, and Thank you now, come on back and see us again. Respect is utmost, and the distrust of Yanks is felt like a thick blanket.


by iaint about Sammy T’s

The 3 party animals had a great dinner in here - well mine was just a reuben sandwich, but a meal rather than a snack!

It’s a cosy, friendly, comfortable restaurant, with a good menu and not too expensive. I was introduced to Fred Red - the locally produced ale.

Thoroughly enjoyed it all.

Centrally located on the main downtown street.

We went back a second time - dinner for 3 was $35 each, for 3 main courses, 1 starter, 1 dessert and several drinks.

Go try! Reuben sandwich...

Kenmore House

by b1bob

Kenmore House was owned by Betty Washington, the president's sister, and Fielding Lewis (who built an armory during the Revolution). The thing that stands out for me the most on the Kenmore House is the elabourate plaster ceilings surviving from colonial times (these ceilings were designed by the same guy who worked at Mount Vernon.) and the gardens outside coming to life in mid-spring. Adults will pay $8.

Fredericksburg Area Museum & Cultural Center

by Tom_Fields

Here is a nice local museum, good for a brief visit. It has a pretty fair collection of local antiques, artwork, memorabilia, and various cultural activities. This includes artifacts from the Freemasons, including the most famous one in Virginia, George Washington. Many reminded me of those at the Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria.


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Address: 2801 Plank Rd, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States