8 East Washington Street
Lexington, VA 24450
This is the only home that Lt. Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson ever owned, and it is where he lived while a professor of natural philosophy at the Virginia Military Institute. Visitors may stroll in the restored garden and enjoy a guided tour of mid-nineteenth-century rooms where the famous Confederate general lived immediately before the Civil War. Many of his personal possessions are on display.
Lee Chapel and Museum
Lexington, Virginia | Completed in 1868, while Lee was President of Washington College, the chapel houses his office, a family crypt, and is the...
Stonewall Confederate Cemetery
Winchester, Virginia | Dedicated in 1866, this cemetery contains the remains of over 2,000 Confederate soldiers killed in nearby battles.
Stonewall Jackson's Grave
Lexington, Virginia | Stonewall Jackson's grave is marked by Valentine's bronze statue of the general.
Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum
Winchester, Virginia | This house served as the headquarters of Confederate Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson from November 1861 to March 1862.