Fredericksburg is no stranger to celebrating presidents, especially Washington who lived here and whose mother is buried here. This historic area offers plenty of things to do to celebrate Presidents’ Day.
George Washington’s Birthday
Let’s not forget that George Washington’s birthday is what started Presidents’ Day. Celebrate Washington’s birthday at his boyhood home at Ferry Farm with fun activities for the whole family.
The James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library, houses the country’s largest collection of artifacts and documents related to the fifth president of the United States, including the famous Monroe Doctrine desk.
Presidents Walking Tour
“Take your brain for a walk” with the free Traipse app and our interactive Presidential Fredericksburg Tour. To get started, download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play, find Fredericksburg, and then select the Presidential Fredericksburg tour. Stops include: James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library, Lincoln’s Historic Footsteps, Hugh Mercer Apothecary, Thomas Jefferson Religious Freedom Monument, Meditation Rock and more!
Here’s a full list of Presidents’ Day events to celebrate and honor the Presidents who have spent time in Fredericksburg.