- The list below includes 37 free or cheap things to do in or near Fredericksburg, Virginia, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Historic Sites, Specialty Shops and Battlefields.
- From Kenmore Plantation & Gardens to Fredericksburg National Cemetery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fredericksburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Stafford, Woodbridge, Manassas and Quantico.
Virginia Cider Festival Washington DC MoreLess Info
During the festival, the participants may taste a wide variety of ciders from across the country, listen to live music, and try local food
The historic region of Fredericksburg is combined with modern attractions in Old Town. General self-guided walking tours can help guests cover the historic buildings at their own pace before exploring the various boutique stores, art galleries, and many restaurants.
The spacious Georgia mansion and grounds, Chatham Manor, is a slice of Virginia history. The manor was home to many important and famous people throughout history and rooms are dedicated to preserving their memory.
The forty block long National Historic District offers a wide range of 18th and 19th century architecture through more than 350 distinct buildings. A historic apothecary shop is located in the district in addition to a number of stores and cafes.
61% 62 votes
268 Kings Hwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22405 MoreLess Info
Visitors get to step back in time when visiting George Washington's Ferry Farm. The farm, and Washington's childhood home, takes guests on a tour through Civil War artifacts, 18th century plant life and the farms sprawling grounds that cover over 80 acres.
91% 139 votes
1020 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg, VA 22401 MoreLess Info
The Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop preserves the medical treatments provided during the 18th century in a small museum. The history of local medicine, pharmacy, military endeavors, and political affairs are covered.
The old Goolrick's Pharmacy was founded in 1912 as both a pharmacy and soda shop. The site still features the oldest soda fountain in the United States and continues to serve sodas in a variety of flavors as well as class treats like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
83% 29 votes
907 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA MoreLess Info
Focused on civilian life during the Civil War era, Fredericksburg Area Museum & Cultural Center houses documents, artifacts and artwork from the local area in seven permanent exhibits, alongside special events like Second Saturdays, dedicated to interactive activities for all ages..
76% 33 votes
51 Towne Center Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22407 MoreLess Info
Splitsville Luxury Lanes & Dinner Lounge combines upscale food like kani kama krab or chicken Caesar salads with bowling. This alley also offers bowling for couples without the dinner, as well as a snack bar, and pro shop.