Civil War | Visitor Center
Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center
10209 Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22030
A regional history museum and Virginia visitor center located in a 1873 school building, the Fairfax Museum and Visitors Center features exhibits and information on Fairfax during the Civil War. Walking tours of Historic Fairfax are available during the fall and spring and include the following Civil War-related sites: Dr. William Gunnell House (ca. 1835), Fairfax County Courthouse (1800), Ratcliffe-Allison House (1812), Ford House (ca. 1835), as well as many other historic buildings.
Sully Historic Site
Chantilly, Virginia | During the Civil War the home was owned by James and Marie Haight Barlow, from 1852 - 1869.
Second Manassas Battlefield
While the Bull Run (First Manassas) battlefield often gets the lion's share of visitor interest, the Second Manassas battlefield is filled with...
Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Arlington, Virginia | The prewar home of Robert E. Lee, this historic site is now part of Arlington National Cemetery.
Alexandria National Cemetery
Alexandria, Virginia | Established in 1862 as one of the original 14 national cemeteries, this site is the final resting place of thousands of...
Bull Run Battlefield
The Manassas Battlefield is a must-see for anyone interested in American history. From the Henry House Visitor Center you can tour Henry Hill or drive...
Ben Lomond Historic Site
Manassas, Virginia | This site hosted a Confederate field hospital after the Battle of First Manassas