History and heritage abound in Fredericksburg. Experience a little bit of that history yourself with these must-do’s:

  • Stay in a Sunday House. Sunday Houses were once used by the German pioneers as a weekend house when they came to town to trade or go to church. Some of these historic one-room houses can now be rented out as a B&B or you can stay in a modern B&B modeled after the historic Sunday Houses!
     
  • Visit Fredericksburg’s Museums and Historic Sites. Fredericksburg is home to a variety of museums and historic sites that history buffs surely shouldn’t miss! Click here for a list of ideas.
     
  • Walking Tour of Fredericksburg’s Historic District. Download our walking tour map or pick up a copy at the Visitor Information Center at 302 East Austin Street, and put on some comfy shoes to take a self-guided tour of Fredericksburg’s Historic District. Thirty sites have been selected to illustrate the Fredericksburg story and architecture styles that have evolved over the decades.
  • Fredericksburg Trolley Tours. Hop aboard the shiny new Fredericksburg Trolley for the “Historic Fredericksburg Tour,” a narrated tour of Fredericksburg’s Historic District, or the “Presidential Tour,” which takes you out to nearby Stonewall for a tour of the Lyndon B. Johnson State and National Historical Parks. Book your trolley tour online.

For more tips to plan for your next Fredericksburg adventure, visit VisitFredericksburgTX.com.