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Chancellorsville Battlefield

Chancellorsville Battlefield

Chancellorsville is considered the greatest victory of General Robert E. Lee’s career.  Outnumbered more than two to one and outmaneuvered in the early stages of the battle, Lee, by daring and confidence in his troops, succeeded in throwing the Union army back...
Fredericksburg Battlefield

Fredericksburg Battlefield

Fredericksburg is among the most famous battles of the Civil War. On December 13, 1862, General Ambrose E. Burnside launched a series of brave but futile attacks against General Robert E. Lee’s position on the heights behind town.  Lee’s men, posted...
Chancellorsville Battlefield

Chancellorsville Battlefield

Located 13 miles west of Fredericksburg, the area around this visitor center was the scene of the accidental wounding of Confederate General “Stonewall” Jackson in the May 1863 battle known as Robert E. Lee’s greatest victory of the Civil War. Audio-visual program,...
Historic Kenmore

Historic Kenmore

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the bulk of your tour at Kenmore will take place outside. Time inside the house will be more limited than normal. Except for access to the restrooms, our visitors center, museum gallery, and gift shop in the Crowninshield Building are...
Stafford Civil War Park

Stafford Civil War Park

By January 1863, the Army of the Potomac was demoralized and defeated.  After losing the Battle of Fredericksburg in December and the Mud March, General Ambrose Burnside was replaced by General Joseph Hooker.  At that critical time the Union Army had more...
Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg

Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg

Closed for Winter 2021 – Tours should resume in April. Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg, established in 1994, is a family owned and operated business. Trolley Tours is dedicated to providing our visitors with the most entertaining and informative tours and...
Fredericksburg Area Museum

Fredericksburg Area Museum

Located in downtown Fredericksburg, VA, the FAM is a cultural and educational hub in a thriving, historic city. Fredericksburg’s core, containing a 40-block historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is surrounded by Civil War battlefields,...
Shannon Air Museum

Shannon Air Museum

Come see the 1936 Vultee V-1AD Special,the only one left in the world, custom built for Publisher William Randolph Hearst, Sr. and part of one of the rarest private collection of antique aircraft in the world at Shannon historic operational airport.
Fredericksburg Tours – Civil War

Fredericksburg Tours – Civil War

The Battle of Fredericksburg ‘The Campaign on the Rappahannock’ Travel with us for a leisurely drive around the Fredericksburg battlefield as we discover its Civil War history. A local battlefield guide will lead the way! Join a comprehensive tour from...
St. George’s Episcopal Church

St. George’s Episcopal Church

Step inside the church and discover the beauty of a 19th century example of Romanesque Revival Architecture with an ancient basilica layout. During the 20th century, its plain white windows were replaced with the magnificent stained glass you see today, including...