Howard Johnson Inn - Fredericksburg

386 Warrenton Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22405, United States
Howard Johnson Inn Fredericksburg
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Travel Tips for Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg historic tours

by b1bob

As you walk through old town Fredericksburg, you can't help but notice these blue signs adorned with an emblem of the American, British, Confederate, and Colonial flags with a number. The Fredericksburg Historical Tours have dozens of stops throughout the historical town.

Civil War Battlefields

by grandmaR

The area has four major Battlefields to offer. All of the battlefields are run by the National Parks Service and for $4.00 a person, you can get a 7 day pass to tour all the parks. The battlefields are all part of the Fredericksburg - Spotsylvania National Military Park which has a separate location on VT. There is a ten mile round trip driving tour will allow you to visit the majority of the Fredericksburg battlefield.

There is a Visitor's Center on Route 3 west of Fredericksburg which is located along the historic Sunken Road portion of the battlefield. Two walking trails will allow you to walk over the same ground that was so hotly contested on December 13, 1862. To help orient you to the battle, there is a 22 minute film. It is shown every thirty minutes. In addition, museum exhibits throughout the building will help you understand our park's story (photos 2 and 3)

There is a small exhibit at Wilderness (photo 4 and 5) on VA Route 20 near the intersection with Route 3.

Rising Sun Tavern

by b1bob

This was originally Charles Washington's (the first president's brother's) home. The house became the town's only proper tavern in the early 1790s. The tap room has a reconstructed bar cage and quite a collection of pewter. "Tavern Wenches" (acrtresses/guides dressed as old-time barmaids) provide visitors with an interpretation of 18th century tavern life. The tavern is filled with period furnishings and stories of early life in Fredericksburg. Much of the woodwork in the tavern is original. Adults will pay $5 admission.

U.S. NATIONAL SLAVERY MUSEUM

by mtncorg

Opening in 2007 out near above the south banks of the Rappahanock off the wets side of I 95, the United States National Slavery museum will offer 100,000 feet of permanent and temporary exhibit space. Exhibits will take visitors on a journey through time, beginning with Africa as the cradle of civilization through the Middle Passage on slave ships, to the slave resistance movement, the Civil War and the continuing struggle for equality today. The library and archives at the United States National Slavery Museum will serve all those seeking information pertaining to slavery in America like no other facility. More direct evidence of this nefarious institution can be found downtown one block north of the James Monroe Museum where you can see an old block that slave were stood upon for prospective buyers to better view potential purchases.

Fredericksburg Court House

by Ewingjr98

Fredericksburg Court House was completed in 1852, just prior to the Civil War. It was designed by James Renwick, who later created "The Castle" of the Smithsonian in Washington, DC and St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York.

The building houses the will of George Washington’s mother, Mary Washington.

Located on Princess Anne Street in old town Fredericksburg.


A plaque on the courthouse building reads:

Fredericksburg
Corporation Court House
Historical Data

Courthouse erected 1851-52

Brick walls stuccoed - 1916

Bell. Made by Paul Revere
Foundry, Boston, presented to
city by Silas Wood of New York - 1829

The clerk's office contains
many historical documents
among which are -

The will of Mary Washington,
Mother of our illustrious George
dated 1789

Commission to Augustine Washington,
father of George, appointing him
trustee of Fredericksburg
dated 1742

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Address: 386 Warrenton Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22405, United States