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907 Princess Anne Street, Fredericksburg, VA  22401

Grand re-opening April 22, 2017.

DIRECTIONS: Corner of William & Princess Anne Streets, downtown.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  Housed in the 1816 Town Hall/Market House, the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center tells the story of Fredericksburg's rich and varied past along with that of the surrounding area. Housing seven permanent exhibitions and 3 changing galleries the Museum portrays history through the ages.

The FAMCC stewards a collection spanning more than ten thousand years of area history, from a c. 8,000 BC Clovis point to materials from the 2004 Embrey Dam demolition. The Museum’s holdings include textiles, photographs, household wares, and portraits.

PARKING:  1 wheelchair accessible parking space.

TYPES OF PATHS:  Flat path to entrance.

ENTRANCE:  On William Street.  Entry door with L-shaped handle.

PUBLIC REST ROOMS:  Inside gift shop.  Handrails. Unisex  rest room available at the public rest room.

ELEVATOR:  Located inside museum. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Credit cards, V and MC, accepted for gift shop purchase only.  Open Frid & Sat 12–6, Sun 10–3. Admission fee.  Accredited by American Association of Museums.  Gift shop and all three floors of exhibits are accessible.


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