The museum's campus includes a 4,000 square-foot Colonial Williamsburg-designed brick facility that houses the primary exhibit galleries, museum, gift shop, and offices. In addition, visitors can enjoy the Burgandine House, a fully restored eighteenth-century log cabin, and a working American Indian village. The grounds are complemented by ample green space for picnicking and outdoor programs and a spacious parking area with a highly visible location on Main Street.
Brandy Station, Virginia | On June 9, 1863, the Gettysburg campaign began when Union cavalry surprised J.E.B. Stuart's troopers in what was to be the largest cavalry battle ever fought in North America.
Rapidan, Virginia | On August 9, 1862, numerically superior Confederates under "Stonewall" Jackson nearly suffered defeat at the hands of a small Union force commanded by Nathaniel Banks until a counterattack by A.P. Hill led the Southerners to victory.
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