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George Washington's Ferry Farm

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Tammy
Tammy
December 8, 2019
George Washington’s Ferry Farm is where young Washington spent his formative years and became an extraordinary man. The future general and first president was 6 years old when his family moved to King George County (now Stafford County), Virginia, in 1738.
Larry And Kimberly
Larry And Kimberly
November 23, 2018
Where the cherry tree was cut down.
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Discontinued
July 5, 2017
George Washington's Boyhood Home
Michelle
Michelle
June 20, 2015
Boyhood Home of General Washington. This location offers a visitor center, gardens and archeology. This is where Belle Grove goes to get artifacts identified.
Christine
Christine
July 30, 2014
Interesting location the boyhood home of George Washington. Awesome look into what he may have been like in his early years.

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268 Kings Highway
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22405
Telefono+1 540-370-0732
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