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Lee's Headquarters - The Civil War Store
1016 Lafayette Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Civil War buffs will love this cool, one-of-a-kind shop, which has a great collection of Civil War relics, antiques andMore collectibles. The small, blue shop has a prime location, and on any given day, you can find bullets, prints, paintings, postcards and other interesting Cival War items that you won't find anywhere else. Call for more information.
The Picket Post
602 Caroline St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Picket Post is a niche antique shop featuring Civil War antiques galore. Consumers may order antiques by phone,More online or at The Picket Post's store on Caroline Street in Downtown Fredericksburg. The shop has a regular rotation of Civil War buttons, paintings, currency and bullets.
Salem Baptist Church
4044 Plank Rd, Fredericksburg, VA 22407
Salem Baptist Church has a long history in the area, dating back to the Civil War and the Battle of Chancellorsville. AtMore that time, fighting took place around the church, which afterward served as a field hospital. The original structure and a monument are now part of Civil War tours. The current church was built in the 1950s.
Grey Ghost Gallery
720 Caroline St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Grey Ghost Gallery is a fine arts and custom framing store. Among the art inside are pieces of original glassware, CivilMore War-themed paintings and a custom frame shop ready to frame pieces bought in the store or brought from your own collection. The war art focuses on scenes such as battles, old homes, soldiers, ships, local scenery and architecture.  
Collector's Den
717 Caroline St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Collector's Den in Fredericksburg has some truly unique treasures. On a given day, you can find Civil War bullets,More 19th century postcards, vintage coins or antique home decor. Collectors and casual shoppers shouldn't overlook this quaint shop on Caroline Street.
First Christian Church
1501 Washington Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Fredericksburg First Christian Church traces their roots back to 1833, but the Civil War caused their congregationMore to disorganize for over 50 years. In 1912, the church was reorganized and has grown (and moved) throughout the years. Today the church is a vibrant and active community with a number of ministries for its congregants to participate in. The church is a member of the Disciple Heritage Fellowship.
Valor Art and Frame
718 Caroline St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Valor Art and Frame is so much more than your typical art store.  Valor is the type of place that is unique toMore Fredericksburg.  It specializes in Civil War memorabilia from books, bullets, relics, reproduction flags and artifacts.  Valor also has a large selection of military miniatures and prints.  Custom framing is available here as well.
Fredericksburg Walking Tour
706 Caroline St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Fredericksburg Walking Tour offers groups an informative and interactive account of historical Fredricksburg.More The tour focuses on sites of the Civil War's Fredericksburg Campaign, a series of important battles and encounters between the Union Army of the Potomac and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. The tour leaves from the Fredericksburg Visitor Center regularly, and individuals can contact the Visitor Center for tour times, availability and reservations. 
Country Inn & Suites Fredericksburg South
5327 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22408

This Country Inn & Suites has all the typical amenities. It also goes further in offering guests those comfortsMore they might have left at home like hair driers, ironing boards, and cribs. When comfort and convenience are your primary concerns, this is the hotel for you. It offers special vacation packages and accommodates groups and meetings. It is located next to the Civil War historical location Fredericksburg Battlefield.



Second New Hope Baptist Church
3836 Summit Crossing Rd, Fredericksburg, VA 22408

In June 23, 1883, members of the church congregation purchased land at Second New Hope Baptist Church's current site.More The purchase price was $35. 

Second New Hope has a long, rich history and tradition that began after the Civil War. The church strongly supports its youth and the youth leadership's high achievements.

Howard Johnson
386 Warrenton Rd, Fredericksburg, VA 22405
Howard Johnson is a well known name in affordable hotels. This location is just minutes north of the city ofMore Fredericksburg, conveniently located right next to the Route 17 exit from Interstate 95 with easy access to Fredericksburg area historic sites such as Civil War battlefields, the historic district of Fredericksburg, George Washington's boyhood house at Ferry Farm and more. Ammenities offered at this location include an outdoor swimming pool, cable TV, WiFi connection, in-room accessories, copy and fax services and more.
EconoLodge
5321 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Just off of interstate 95 (within easy reach of Kings Dominion Amusement Park) and just down the road from UniversityMore of Mary Washington, this EconoLodge sits next to the Fredericksburg Battlefields. It is a convenient place to stay if Civil War and colonial history are your interests. It has many extras for guests, such as breakfast, a pool, exercise equipment and a gaming room. Each room comes with a complimentary USA Today newspaper. It is operated by Choice Hotels International.



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