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Williamsburg Battlefield

Much of the battlefield has been lost to development along U.S. Route 60, but historic markers along the side of the highway tell the story of the battle. Fort Magruder, one of the Confederates defensive positions, remains today on Penniman Road east of town and is marked by a stone monument and some interpretive waysides.

Williamsburg Battlefield: What's Nearby

Williamsburg, VA
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Williamsburg Battlefield
Williamsburg, VA
Rev War  |  Historic Site
Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg, VA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Endview Plantation
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Lee Hall Mansion
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
John B. Magruder's Dam No. 1
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Lee's Mill Battlefield
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Yorktown Battlefield
Yorktown, VA
Rev War  |  Historic Site
Colonial National Historical Park
Yorktown, VA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Young's Mill
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Museum
The Mariners' Museum
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Hampton Roads Battlefield
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Fort
Skiffes Creek Redoubt
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Lee's Mill, Rivers Ridge Circle
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Museum
Virginia War Museum
Newport News, VA
Civil War  |  Fort
The Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe
Fort Monroe, VA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Berkeley Plantation at Harrison's Landing
1, VA

Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 98 acres at Williamsburg Battlefield.

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Related Battles

Williamsburg, VA | May 5, 1862
Result: Inconclusive
Estimated Casualties
3,843
Union
2,283
Confed.
1,560