Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center
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Well organized with loads to see and great easy to read information. One of the big battles of the civil war that the south won. Not to be missed!
Battlefield Park featuring Lee's greatest victory, and also his stunning loss of Gen. Stonewall Jackson, fatally wounded here.
Both The Wilderness Battlefield and Chancellorsville are near Culpeper on Route 3. If you love history or need to learn about our past struggles as a nation, it is worth going to see these.
A sprawling battlefield that continues to add more acreage to the park, see the site of Jackson's flank attack and where he was wounded.
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“Small country atmosphere. People are friendly and the make a killer steak. Their prices are low and their specials include a piece of cream pie too.”
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“A unit of the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Battlefield Park, the Wilderness battlefield features extensive walking trails that allow visitors to explore this hallowed ground. Stop by the Chancellorsville Visitor Center on Virginia Route 3 (the Plank Road) for museum exhibits and an orientation to the area. The Wilderness Battlefield driving tour begins at Grant's Headquarters near Ellwood Manor, proceeds to Saunders Field, where the battle opened, and continues down the Confederate line.”
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“Beautiful and challenging Course. Discounts available for Mayhurst Guests.”
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“Has a lot of different shops, great for walking and there is the outdoor section which is great too and across from Central Park that boasts a lot more places to shop. ”
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