The Town of Warrenton is located in the northern region of the Commonwealth of Virginia, along U.S. Routes 29, 17, 15, and 211 at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. These primary routes provide easy access to Interstates 66, 64, 81 and 95, which link Warrenton to trade routes across the country.
The County Seat and the largest town in Fauquier County, Warrenton, Virginia is within 40 miles of the nation's capital at Washington, D.C.
Take I-95 North for about 55 miles. Take exit 133 to merge onto US-17 North toward Warrenton. Continue on US-17 North for about 28 miles. Merge onto James Madison Hwy/US-17 North/US-15 North. After about 4.7 miles, turn left US-17/US-29 BR. Turn right onto Culpeper Street and follow all the way to Main St. Turn Left on Main St. and then make another left onto Court Street.
Get on Lee Jackson Memorial Highway/US-50 West. Merge onto I-66 West toward Front Royal. Continue on I-66 for 15 miles. Take exit 43A to get onto US-29 South toward Gainsville/Warrenton for 11.5 miles . Merge onto West Lee Highway/US-211 West/US-29 BR South toward US-15 Business/Warrenton/Luray. Turn left onto Blackwell Rd. Blackwell Rd. becomes US-211 BR/Alexandria Pike. Turn left onto Main St. Turn right onto Court St.
Get on I-81 South toward Roanoke. Stay on I-81 for 13 miles. Take exit 300 on the left to get onto I-66 East toward Front Royal/Washington for 29 miles. Take the US-17 exit (exit number 28) toward Warrenton/Fredericksburg. Keep right at the fork in the ramp and merge onto US-17 South. Continue on US-17 South for about 10 miles. Turn left on West Lee Highway/US-211 East/US-29 BR North. Turn right onto US-211 BR/Blackwell Road/US-15 BR. Turn left on Main Street and then right onto Court Street.