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This memorial site has sensitively preserved the actual battle site, as well as having a very good interpretative centre, with a video and display material. Watching the video first enabled us to have a better understanding when we walked the battle site, which was a...More
The Battlefields of Fredericksburg are all amazing and a fun way to spend the day with family.
Sunken Road is a somber site but a must see. Chancellorsville, the site where Stonewall Jackson was mortally wounded by friendly fire, and the surrounding Trails are educational...More
We drove about 1 hour from Richmond to the Visitor Center in Fredericksburg. Viewed the movie on the Battle of Fredericksburg and then took a free tour by a park ranger. Very sombering to stand on Sunken Road as you get a sense of what...More
The visitor center was a great launching point for a better understanding of the Battle of Fredericksburg. The movie was informative as were the exhibits. We were able to participate in a free tour of the Sunken Road led by Ranger Britt. The tour was...More
It is interesting place to learn baout the fight between the north and the south in Cfivil War. For many people like me who have not much detail idea, this is the place to learn about the attact during that period of time. It is...More
The Fredericksburg Battlefield is definitely a place to go to. Their visitor center exhibits were updated four years ago and give great information on the battle and those affected by it. Britt, the tour guide, was very enthusiastic, professional, and informative about the battle. It...More
It is on the way from Fredericksburg toward Culpepper on Rout 3, it is easily missed because the sign is not too big. However, if you are a history freak, it is a must see place. yet you can tour for a couple of hours...More
Took the walking tour. Appox. 75 minutes (free). If you are able to get Frank Lloyd to do your tour take his tour. He was very knowledgeable and made his stories interesting to listen to.
Calling it a walking tour is a bit of a...More
Response from mjoyce1111 | Reviewed this property |
If you just visit the Fredericksburg Battlefield, yes. But there is also Chancellorsville, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Battlefields in the immediate area. That would be an overnighter. Have a great time!