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History was never my cup of tea growing up. If I had teachers like the staff here, I probably would have felt very differently. So much history in the region and the National Military Park is another place to immerse yourself in the history. Recommend...More
We visited both parks and were impressed. Fredericksburg park is located in the city of Fredericksburg, and we enjoyed the 22 minute film here. The people at the gift shop were very nice, too. We also thought the museum was very good. At the spotsylvania...More
We visited this park on a very rainy September day. I am a big history buff and have been wanting to visit this park for many years. My husband and I were in Virginia visiting from Texas and this park was on my list of...More
This is but one part of the Battle of Fredericksburg. Be sure to view the video, tour the museum and visit the gift shop, The tour offers a LOT of information on the battle involving Burnsides troops trying to breech the sunken road. If you...More
When we arrived, a volunteer was giving a brief in the historical events that happened here. Very knowledgeable and engaging. Lots of artifacts and very nice displays. The grounds were kept up. A must see in the area.
It is quite obvious I have forgotten more of our country's storied history than perhaps I ever actually knew! My recent visit to Fredericksburg and the Civil War battleground was very worthwhile. Acknowledging the significance of that battle and the subsequent one at Chancellorsville on...More
We toured the battlefield with Hallowed Ground Tours - we were several cars - and the very personable guide rode in the front car and we listened via cell phones. The battle and troop positions covered a fair bit of ground - more than is...More
By using Google it appears it is down at the Fredericksburg City Dock. If you type in Irish Brigade monument at Fredericksburg you will find that. It will not let me post links here. It is in City dock park which you could... More
By using Google it appears it is down at the Fredericksburg City Dock. If you type in Irish Brigade monument at Fredericksburg you will find that. It will not let me post links here. It is in City dock park which you could find using Google maps and typing in city docks park, Fredericksburg. It is on Sophia street.