362 Yorktown Road
Newport News, VA 23603
Built in 1769, Endview Plantation functioned as a Confederate hospital and headquarters for Gens. McLaws and Toombs during the Peninsula Campaign of 1862. The plantation's former owner, Dr. Humphrey Harwood Curtis, was instrumental in organizing the Warwick Beauregard's at the onset of war. The cannons roar again each spring as part of a Civil War reenactment. Historical programs are also offered.
The Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe
Fort Monroe, Virginia | This museum is located within the moat area of Fort Monroe, America's largest stone fort.
Newport News, Virginia | When Union Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan began his march toward Richmond during the Peninsula Campaign, elements of the IV...
Berkeley Plantation at Harrison's Landing
Charles City, Virginia | This historic plantation was occupied by George McClellan's Union troops in 1862.
The Mariners' Museum
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Colonial National Historical Park
Yorktown, Virginia | This park possesses extensive vestiges of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
Williamsburg, Virginia | This site is renowned as the nation's largest living history museum.
Virginia War Museum
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