6125 Boydton Plank Road
Petersburg, VA 23803
Located on the site of the April 2, 1865 "Breakthrough," the battle that ended the Petersburg Campaign and led to the evacuation of the Confederate capital at Richmond, Pamplin Historical Park's 422 acre-campus features four award-winning museums with interactive exhibits, four historic homes, battlefield trails, costumed living history presentations, guided tours, as well as shopping facilities. The Park is also the home of Civil War Adventure Camp, where citizens of the 21st century can experience life as a Civil War soldier.
Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
Appomattox, Virginia | The surrender of Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia at this site on April 9, 1865, signaled the beginning of the end of...
Petersburg, Virginia | The civilian side of the ten-month siege of Petersburg is portrayed in exhibits and a film narrated by Petersburg native Joseph...
Centre Hill Museum
Petersburg, Virginia | Built in 1823, this historic mansion now operates as a museum.
Blandford Church and Cemetery
Petersburg, Virginia | Adjacent to a church that serves as a Confederate memorial, this historic cemetery is the final resting place of 30,000...
Poplar Grove National Cemetery
Petersburg, Virginia | The cemetery, part of the National Park Service, was established in 1868 for Union soldiers who died during the Petersburg and...
Williamsburg, Virginia | This site is renowned as the nation's largest living history museum.