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“Well-done museum. US history told through the perspective of Marines. You can even be assigned the story of a real soldier, and "walk in their shoes" through the exhibits. ”
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History Museum
“This place is a part of American History. The last battles of the Civil War was fought here. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson died in an outbuilding on the Chandler plantation in the rural community of Guinea Station. Today, the "Stonewall" Jackson Death Site is part of Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. The building is open most days seasonally, but the grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset.”
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History Museum
“Twenty minutes away, the Rising Sun Tavern Museum provides a lively interpretation of late 18th-century Tavern life. Charles Washington, George Washington's youngest brother, built this landmark in the 1760's as his private residence. After being sold outside the Washington family, the building was leased as a tavern in 1792. Operating as a stopover for travelers for 35 years in the bustling town of Fredericksburg, it was a popular diversion for travelers and locals alike. Today, costumed guides entertain visitors as though they have just stepped off their coaches into the late 18th-century life. See how bygone visitors slept, ate, drank and lived. No alcohol is served here.”
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“Boyhood Home of General Washington. This location offers a visitor center, gardens and archeology. This is where Belle Grove goes to get artifacts identified.”
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“Plantation owned by George Washington's sister, Betty Washington Lewis and her husband, Fielding Lewis.”
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Museum
“The home that George Washington bought for his mother when he was fearful she would be in harms way on the other side of the river at Farm. Great way to visit the past, tour guides are awesome.”
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“Beautiful artwork!! Historic location overlooking the Rappahannock River near downtown Fredericksburg ”
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History Museum
“ Colonial Dumfries, the oldest chartered town in Virginia, was a thriving port city, rivaling New York and Philadelphia.”
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“The Fredericksburg Area Museum houses seven permanent exhibitions, and three changing galleries, that interpret the history of the region. Exhibits focus on Virginia Indians, the settlement of the region during the Colonial Period, Fredericksburg during the Civil War, Revolutionary War, and WWI and WWII, African American history from slavery to Civil Rights, and perspectives on our community today. Housed in the 1816 historic Town Hall/Market House and the 1927 Planters National Bank building. Enjoy Fredericksburg’s unique character in the adjoining historic Market Square, a public gathering space for centuries.”
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“Right up the street from us. Go visit with D.P. Newton and learn our local history. ”
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“The guided tour brings to life the nature of health care in Colonial times, including blood letting and use of leaches. They usually have some live leaches for your examination. ”
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