Located off one of the main drags in Fredericksburg lies an abandoned tribute to historic times. The vision of Douglas Wilder a former governor of Virginia was slated for a museum that included a slave ship a garden, theater, tobacco and cotton garden and even a library. Today all that remains is an over grown small patch of what was a garden and signs that are difficult to read. The sun and weather has taken a toll on his vision. The path now overgrown with thorns and bushes are the relics left to fade.
Location Gordon W. Shelton Blvd Park
|1320 Central Park Blvd Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401|