Where the Past Is Present… Where the Arts Are Alive

Museum Programs

The Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center offers an array of programs for adults, children, and families.

Sounds of Summer

For the summer of 2013, the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center presents an expanded concert series entitled Sounds of Summer. This series is meant to showcase local and regional musicians performing various genres of music including jazz, country, bluegrass, blues, classical, and pop.

Evening with an Expert

FAMCC’s Evening with an Expert lecture series brings in local and regional scholars to present lectures on topics related to the Museum’s permanent or temporary exhibitions.

Culture and Cocktails

Culture and Cocktails is a great way to socialize with other Museum members and learn more about the objects in the Museum’s collection. Join FAMCC’s Director of Collections and Exhibitions, Christopher Uebelhor as he discusses several of these objects and answers questions in an informal conversation-type setting.

Breakfast with the Curator

Enjoy a light breakfast with FAMCC’s Director of Collections and Exhibitions, Christopher Uebelhor as he gives a behind the scenes look at the Museum’s temporary exhibitions.

Second Saturdays at the Museum

Second Saturdays at the Museum is a regularly scheduled family program that includes hands-on activities, and make-and-take crafts related to the Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Bricks and Boards in the ‘Burg & History Of Our Homes

Join FAMCC and Hallowed Ground Tours every Saturday morning, from April through October, for architectural walking tours of historic downtown. The tour will highlight four centuries of history and architecture, the historical influence of the Rappahannock River, the Spires and Steeples of Princess Anne Street, Fredericksburg’s Town Hall/Market House, and the history of Market Square.