Family Trip – Walking thru History in the Shenandoah Valley
Great Family Weekend experiencing the past in Winchester VA
Virginia Museum of the Civil War – New Market Battlefield State Park
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War, historic Bushong Farm, and self-guided battlefield tour provide many opportunities to reflect upon the Battle of New Market which raged just outside the museum and farm on May 15, 1864.
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War is the only state-owned Civil War museum and is administered by the Virginia Military Institute.
Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation
The peaceful beauty of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley was shattered during the American Civil War.
Christmas Memorial Illumination – Antietam Battlefield Sharpsburg Maryland
23,000 Candles - One for each soldier killed!
Antietam Battlefield National Park Sharpsburg Maryland
Bloodiest Battle in American History - 23,000 Casualities!
Harpers Ferry Black History Month Exhibit
Running to Freedom: Fighting for Freedom
The Valley Campaign Box Program Kernstown Battlefield – Middletown, Virginia
Civil War Interactive Event
Guided Civil War Entrenchment Tour Cedar Creek Battlefield Middletown, VA
Special National Park Service ranger-led walking tour of Cedar Creek entrenchments.
Guided Tours of the Pritchard House Winchester, VA
May thru October Kernstown Battlefield Association
North-South Skirmish Association’s National Competition at Fort Shenandoah, Winchester, VA
N-SSA commemorates the heroism of the men, of both sides, who fought in the American Civil War. SpringNationals are held at Ft. Shenandoah, located on several hundred acres outside Winchester. Come see men and women in period clothing and l...
Enhanced Driving Tour The First Battle of Winchester
A self-directed driving tour of the First Battle of Winchester
Guided Civil War Walking Tour Old Town Winchester
Experience the Civil War as a civilian in Old Town Winchester!
Gathering of Civil War Eagles Winchester, VA
An interactive first-person educational seminar hosted by 50 members of “Lee’s Lieutenants” and the “Federal Generals Corps.” This is a phenomenon far beyond any other Civil War educational opportunity. The tho...