Eat. Play. Stay.
You can play and stay while enjoying your delicious Restaurant Week takeout!
Downtown Fredericksburg has charming and historic inns, as well as major hotels—all with the amenities you expect.
The Richard Johnston Inn
Stay in the heart of downtown Fredericksburg and experience first-hand the historic character of the city. The Inn was constructed in 1770 by architect John Taylow, one of the original signers of The Declaration of Independence. It boasts seven beautifully appointed and luxurious guest rooms, and two suites. The Inn also serves a breakfast that is wort checking out as its own culinary experience.
1890 Caroline House
The Richard Johnston Inn’s sister hotel is a more intimate experience. With three guest rooms, the Victorian-era building has a truly personal touch. The inn is also just a block from the train station, so those traveling to the ‘Burg to stay will find it easy and convenient.
She’s beauty and she’s grace. The elegant Kenmore Inn was built in 1793 and has operated as a business since 1932, making it Fredericksburg longest operating inn.
Courtyard by Marriot Fredericksburg Historic District
This 3-star hotel is a favorite of visitors and has amenities to spare. A high-end bar and its prime downtown location are just a couple of the perks of staying here. The hotel also has coffee-shop Italian Station on-site for espresso connoisseurs to check out during Restaurant Week.
For the History Buff
We’re the homeplace of George Washington and James Monroe. The city has significant sites to see of the Revolution, African American history and the Civil War. Fredericksburgers, it seems, make history every day.
Want the feel of Old Fredericksburg? Book a carriage or trolley tour to learn more about our city.
Fredericksburg, Virginia has something for everyone. Whether you’re the history lover, adrenaline junkie, craft beer enthusiast, foodie, or shopaholic…there is so much to do.
Take your brain for walk! Explore Fredericksburg’s history, hidden gems and stories with our scavenger hunt tours.
Whether you are looking for unique boutiques, a rare antique shop find, or one-of-a-kind art – we know you will find what you are looking for in FXBG.
For those looking for artistic inspiration, LibertyTown Arts Workshop just off William Street is a haven for local artists. You’ll find every medium imaginable, and the workshop offers virtual classes.
Before you head out to explore, read our Know before You Go. See what’s open and if you need to make advance arrangements.