Preserving the Layers of Fredericksburg's History

-17th Century-

-18th Century-

-19th Century-

-20th Century-

Connecting Fredericksburg's Past to the Future

Researching the Stories of Historic Fredericksburg

Recognizing Fredericksburg's Architectural Legacies

Local Architect, John Ballentine Jr. Architectural Drawing Collection

Supporting our Historic Downtown Commercial Corridor

Preserving, protecting, and revitalizing the character of Historic Fredericksburg

While the Historic Fredericksburg Foundation, Inc. is continuing to operate, the Lewis Store is temporarily closed to the general public due to the coronavirus threat. Please contact us at [email protected] for research questions, membership information, and other inquiries. Please follow our Facebook page for updates. Thank you for your understanding.

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HFFI announces plans for 50th Annual Candlelight Tour!

Enjoy an audio tour, featuring specific houses and neighborhoods, using your mobile phone.

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Monthly Fredericksburg City Architectural Review Board (ARB) Meeting

Second Monday of each month, 7:30 pm, City Council Chambers

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