Fredericksburg Visitor Center
Since 1976, the Fredericksburg Visitor Center has provided information on lodging and tourist attractions, both locally and statewide, to anyone who happens through its doors in the heart of historic downtown Fredericksburg. Inside you can find information on the history of Fredericksburg, which dates back to the colonial days. The visitor center is nestled inside a brick building constructed before the Civil War and right next to a parking lot with free short-term parking spaces for visitors.
There is also an auditorium, which shows a short film on the history of Fredericksburg throughout the day. Don't count on stumping the staff on trivia. Many of them, including manager Julie Perry, are lifelong local residents. A sales team is also on hand to help organize group tours and other events.
- Fax: 540-372-6587
- Hours: Mon - Sat, 9am - 5pm; Sun, 11am - 5pm
- Handicap Accessible: Accessible entrance on the side of the building.
- Founding Date: 1976
- What makes this community special?: Julie Perry, manager of the Fredericksburg Visitor Center, says, "We're really proud of the authenticity of our downtown. We are a working community, and we think that's really special."
- Parking: Free lot, On-street: free