The Children’s Museum Fredericksburg features interactive exhibits that include an art studio, a pretend farm, a pretend grocery store and playground exhibits.
Shenandoah ValleyTEL - 540-656-2233
Comprised of four major American Civil War battlefields and historic sites, the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park, visitors explore exhibits, view an orientation film, or go on a guided walking tour of the battlefields.
Shenandoah ValleyTEL - 540-693-3200
FAM’s exhibits focus on regional art, culture, and history. Programs cover the Virginia Indians, 18th-century life, the American Civil War, Civil Rights, and more. See its virtual exhibitions.
Shenandoah ValleyVIRTUALTEL - 540-371-3037
The George Washington Foundation offers living history programs that focus on George Washington, daily life in the 18th century, the Lewis family involvement in the revolutionary War & how archaeology contributes to historical knowledge.
Northern VirginiaTEL - Farm: 540-370-0732. Kenmore: 540-370-0732
The James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library features the life of James Monroe with five galleries of exhibits that include President Monroe’s personal library and a garden.
Shenandoah ValleyTEL - 540-654-1043
Visitors of the Riverside Center for the Performing Arts can enjoy musicals and shows at this theatre. The theatre has school time and family friendly performances.
Shenandoah ValleyTEL - 540-370-4300
The Washington Heritage Museums are comprised of the Mary Washington House, Rising Sun Tavern, Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, and St. James’ House.
Shenandoah ValleyTEL - 540-373-5630