Richmond Battlefield

The Pleasant View and Palmer House homes, along with the Mt. Zion Church and Madison County Courthouse are all historic buildings located in the Richmond Battlefield Park area where some of the 1862 battle took place. The visitor center house, built in 1811, was the Civil War home of Adam Rogers and his family. A walking trail interprets the battlefield.

Richmond Battlefield: What's Nearby

Richmond, KY
Civil War  |  Self-Guided Tour
Battle of Richmond Battlefield Park
Berea, KY
Civil War  |  Historic Site
White Hall State Historic House
Richmond, KY
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Camp Nelson
Nicholasville, KY
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Camp Nelson
Nicholasville, KY
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Lexington, KY
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Camp Wildcat Civil War Battlefield
East Bernstadt, KY
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate
Lexington, KY
Civil War  |  Museum
The Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Harrodsburg, KY
Civil War  |  Historical Society
Hunt-Morgan House
Lexington, KY
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Mary Todd Lincoln House
Lexington, KY


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Related Battles

Richmond, KY | August 29, 1862
Result: Confederate Victory
Estimated Casualties