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Immerse yourself in a two-day journey through Virginia's rich cultural tapestry, specifically designed to celebrate and support Black heritage. From mouthwatering culinary experiences to enlightening historical sites, Fredericksburg, Stafford, King George, Caroline County, and Spotsylvania County offer an array of experiences catering to Black travelers and history enthusiasts.


Day 1: Culinary Delights and History in Fredericksburg and Stafford

Kick off your journey in Fredericksburg with a soulful brunch at Hope Heroes Southern Kitchen. Here, every dish is a love letter to traditional Southern fare. Savor the flavor of their buttery grits, fluffy biscuits smothered in gravy, and fried chicken that’s crispy on the outside and succulent on the inside; join them for a delicious Brunch or Dinner.


Make your way to the Fredericksburg Area Museum after brunch. Their African American History Exhibit provides a profound look into the region's Black history. Through a collection of artifacts, photographs, and stories, you'll gain a deeper understanding of African Americans' struggles, triumphs, and contributions in Fredericksburg.


As evening falls, dine at FOODE, a gem in Fredericksburg's dining scene. Their farm-to-table approach promises fresh, locally sourced ingredients crafted into innovative dishes that are a treat for the palate. Cap off your day with dessert at Jus Pop'N Gourmet Popcorn, where the gourmet popcorn flavors range from sweet caramel to spicy jalapeno, providing a delightful end to a fulfilling day.


Day 2: Food, Shopping, and History in King George, Caroline County, and Spotsylvania County

Begin day two at the Ralph E Bunche School in King George. Named after the first African American Nobel Peace Prize winner, the school is a beacon of Black resilience and achievement during segregation.


The One Love Jamaican Food Truck in Spotsylvania County is a must-visit for lunch. Experience the taste of Jamaica with their jerk chicken, cooked to perfection with a unique blend of spices, or the oxtail stew, which is comfort food at its finest.


Spend the afternoon shopping at the Black-owned Boutique Chel located in Spotsylvania Mall. This chic boutique offers unique fashion finds that merge style and culture. Afterward, treat yourself to a meal at Ghana Jollof. Their West African cuisine, featuring the iconic Jollof rice simmered in a medley of spices, will transport your taste buds straight to West Africa.


This guided tour offers a taste of the rich Black heritage that permeates these Virginia counties. As you savor each bite, shop at local businesses, and learn about the region's history, remember that your visit supports the Black community and contributes to the preservation and narration of Black history.

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