Things To Do
Our hotel in downtown Fredericksburg, VA is ideally situated for exploring the area's rich history and modern attractions. Visit the numerous Civil War battlefields, including the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. Learn about the culture and traditions of the US military at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Spend a beautiful spring day at the Virginia Renaissance Faire, just 25 miles from our Fredericksburg hotel. Adventure Brewing Company and A. Smith Bowman Distillery are both minutes away - tour the facilities and pick up collectibles in the gift shop. Families will enjoy an afternoon bowling at Splitsville Fredericksburg, or a hike or river trip at Virginia Outdoor Center. Old Mill Park is also only 3.3 miles from Hilton Garden Inn Fredericksburg.
In and Around Town
Kenmore is the elegant plantation home built by Fielding Lewis, for his wife, Betty Washington LewisKenmore Plantation
Mary Washington's Home
George Washington purchased and made improvements to a simple home in the city of Fredericksburg.Mary Washington's Home
Chatham is a colonial plantation home that served as a Union headquarters during the Civil War.Chatham Manor
The National Cemetery is the resting place for over 15,000 Union soldiers who died in the Civil War.National Cemetery
Adventure Brewing Company
A local microbrewery located 8 miles away boasting 4 year round styles and special batches of beer.
Lake Anna Winery
Take a scenic drive to the closest winery, 30 minutes away, famous for their historic wine labels.
Virginia Outdoor Center
Kayaking, Canoeing, and Tubing. Check their website for rates and events.Virginia Outdoor Center
National Museum of the Marine
Situated on 135 acres, the museum offers a rich history and interactive exhibits.
Local Area Map
See our area map for more nearby attractions.Local Area Map (PDF)
KD'z Kidz World
The kids will love the bounce houses and obstacle courses at KD'z Kidz World
Enjoy the history and beauty of Government Island.
Discover the preservation of historical railroad equipment at the Rappahannock Railroad Museum.