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Accessible Travel FXBG

Fredericksburg welcomes visitors of all abilities! The variety of events and attractions in Fredericksburg provides for a remarkable visit, whether it be a day or week-long trip. There is so much to do, see, and experience and we are here to help you plan your next visit. Below you will find accessible travel information for attractions, hotels, transportation, and more. We look forward to hosting you in Fredericksburg, VA!

man with walker using the wheel chair lift to exit the trolley

Museums & Attractions

The history of Fredericksburg spans from the time of the early settlers to the present day, when we have preserved the authenticity of this city to share with the world. From early American History, to the Civil War, to the Civil Rights Movement, Fredericksburg has played a pivotal role in nearly every major historical era. Check out the various sites and museums you can visit to learn the history of Fredericksburg and the various accessibility protocols they have in place.

costumed docents at Rising Sun Tavern
Washington Heritage Museums
Tulips in the spring in front of Historic Kenmore
Historic Kenmore and Ferry Farm
group tour at battlefield
Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park
entrance to the James Monroe Museum
James Monroe Museum
Gari Melchers studio
Gari Melcher’s Home and Studio at Belmont


Fredericksburg has many lodging options, many with accessible rooms and amenities. In addition, there are a few upcoming hotels underway for your leisure. Learn about our great accessible hotels, and book your room today.

Front of Hampton Inn & Suites Fredericksburg
Hampton Inn & Suites Central Park
Exterior of Hilton Garden Inn Fredericksburg at night
Hilton Garden Inn
Exterior of Homewood Suites by Hilton Fredericksburg
Homewood Suites
Exterior of Hyatt Place Fredericksburg
Hyatt Place Fredericksburg
Exterior of Courtyard by Marriott Fredericksburg Historic District
Courtyard by Marriott Historic District
Best Western Fredericksburg
Best Western Fredericksburg
Front of SCH Silver Collection Hotel
Silver Collection Hotel
Extended Stay America Premier Suites
Extended Stay America Premier Suites

Arts and Entertainment

Fredericksburg options for fun and entertainment are numerous. Fredericksburg is a hub for creativity, sports and events that the entire family will enjoy. If you are looking to enjoy art, a performance or a baseball game look no further than Fredericksburg. There are so many activities, attractions and destinations to experience that you will never have a dull moment in our city.

Sally Struthers in Hello Dolly at Riverside Center for the Performing Arts diner theater
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts
FredNats logo at entrance to stadium
Virginia Credit Union Stadium

Fredericksburg Convention Center


Fredericksburg, VA, is renowned for its dining experiences. Whether you are looking for fine-dining or quick coffee shops and treats, we pride ourselves on our plethora of delectable local restaurants. The 40 blocks of downtown Fredericksburg are lined with fantastic dining options, and we cannot wait for you to give them a try!

Large entree at Alpine Chef
Alpine Chef


Fredericksburg is located directly between Washington, DC and Richmond, VA.  America’s two major North-South highways, I-95 and U.S. Route 1, pass directly through the City of Fredericksburg. Both Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express (VRE) provide frequent, convenient service to Fredericksburg and offer accessibility features. Both stop at the rail station at the foot of Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg Regional Transit, more commonly known as FRED, provides bus service to the entire Fredericksburg Area and beyond. FRED’s service is fully accessible. To learn more, check out the resources below.

FRED regional transit bus
Fredericksburg Regional Transit (FRED)
Trolley on Caroline
Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg
train over bridge
Virginia Railway Express (VRE)