I thought there was only a single building at this site and was floored to find a whole complex there. I enjoyed seeing the reproduction of the building where the surrender of Lee's forces took place. Even though it wasn't the real thing, it was a special feeling being there. A sacred place. The volunteer who explained the story behind the events leading to the surrender was superlative, perhaps the best I have ever heard. He made the story come alive. We sat at the edge of our seats while he spoke. And it was great that he gave it outside so he could point to places where things took place. It's a bit out of the way, even for folks from Richmond, but I think we will find our way back some day.
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