On June 7th, Wednesdays in Fredericksburg are about to become much more fun. Wednesday After Hours, a new weekly event hosted by Fredericksburg Main Street, is an exciting way to enjoy shopping, food, and drinks in downtown Fredericksburg throughout the summer. Choose...
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Sounds of Summer returns to Market Square tomorrow, June 2nd.
Sounds of Summer will take place every Friday until August 25th.
Paul’s Bakery celebrates its 50th Anniversary this Friday, June 2nd.
Paul’s Bakery is located at 2008 Lafayette Boulevard.
Blue Star Museums in FXBG
Blue Star Museums offers free museum admission for military families. Five of these museums can be found in Fredericksburg .
Latitude’s Fair Trade Store dazzles on Caroline Street
Latitude’s Fair Trade Store is located at 800 Caroline Street.
Trivia in Fredericksburg
Here are seven spots to enjoy trivia in Fredericksburg.
718 Venue on “Wedding Way”
718 Venue is located at 718 Caroline Street.
Italian Restaurants in Fredericksburg
The Italian restaurants in Fredericksburg are authentic, revered, and delicious.
What’s New in Fredericksburg April ’23
This April, there are six exciting developments that are new in Fredericksburg.
Free Things to Do in Fredericksburg
If you are on a budget or just looking for affordable options, here are some free things to do in Fredericksburg.
Fredericksburg Brunch Spots
Enjoy these Fredericksburg Brunch Spots on your weekends.
A Guys Getaway in Fredericksburg
Here a ten great things to do for a guys getaway in Fredericksburg.
Fredericksburg Farmers Market returns on Saturday, April 15th
The Fredericksburg Farmers Market opens on Hurkamp Park, Prince Edward Street, and George Street every Saturday from 7am-1pm
FXBG After Dark – Fredericksburg Area Beer Trail
The Fredericksburg Area Beer Trail, or FAB Trail, is comprised of ten breweries in the Fredericksburg region.
Classes in Fredericksburg
These classes in Fredericksburg are fun, unique, and interactive.
Gifted Boutique, located at 614 Caroline Street, is a stunning addition to the line of Fredericksburg boutiques.
What’s New in Fredericksburg – March 2023
This city is where it all comes together, and here is what’s new in Fredericksburg.
Destination FXBG – Fun Land of Fredericksburg’s Patriot Plunge and The Flip Side
Fun Land of Fredericksburg has debuted two new rides, just in time for Spring.
Fredericksburg Area Museum opening three new exhibits.
Fredericksburg Area Museum has re-opened to the public, and features three new exciting exhibits.
Allman’s BBQ listed as one of the Top Five Best BBQ Restaurants in Virginia
Allman’s BBQ is a staple of Fredericksburg, and is known for delicious, Virginia-style bar-b-que.
Golf Courses in the Fredericksburg Region
Here are six fantastic golf courses in the Fredericksburg region.
Enjoy the multiple tours of Fredericksburg
These exciting tours of Fredericksburg range from our trolley tour to an aerial tour in an open-cockpit biplane.
Sweets in Central Park
There are four bakeries for delicious sweets in Central Park.
Spring Forward in Fredericksburg
Embrace the longer daylight hours as we spring forward in Fredericksburg.
Fredericksburg Fine Arts Show & Sale this weekend
The Fredericksburg Fine Arts Show & Sale will be from Friday-Sunday at the Dorothy Hart Community Center.
Know Before You Go: FXBG First Friday
FXBG First Friday info
Visit FXBG historic sites with the XPass
Are you interested in learning more about Fredericksburg’s history? 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. This includes the...
Six Coffee Shops in Fredericksburg
Coffee shops in Fredericksburg are revered, beloved, and delicious. Check them out.
12 Spring Events in Fredericksburg
These spring events in Fredericksburg are a great way to enjoy our beloved city.
And then they became abolitionists: Liverpool and Mundowney Vigilante Families from Fredericksburg
On July 14, 1820, Dorcas Liverpool and her siblings had their statuses registered with the Clerk of the Superior Court of Law: “born free”. The 14-year-old’s parents, James and Frances (nee Bell) Liverpool, relocated to Fredericksburg several years after emancipation...