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Featuring the engaging National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, Tudor Hall Plantation, a recreated Military Encampment, and some of the best preserved earthworks in existence, this 424-acre park relives the life and times of a soldier during...more
Briefly, this museum and the surrounding site is incredible. If you are even a little interested in the Civil War and find yourself in Virginia, you have to check this place out. The original fortifications from the Battle of Petersburg are remarkably well-preserved, the plantation...More
Excellent musuem for kids that allows the visitor to experience life of a Civil War soldier. No pictures are allowed so one can spend their time actually enjoying the musuem and not taking selfies. Use the free audio guide to lead you around and enhance...More
A top notch site with so much to see and explore. The museum itself could take hours to walk through, the plantation house is in great condition, and the site gives an incredible perspective of what life was like for the soldiers during the war....More
I have joined my boyfriend on many trips to visit civil war sights and I thought I would be fine giving him one more hour of civil war stuff in Pamplin park but to my amazement I was so fascinated we ended up being here...More
The civil war has to be studied more and more over. The conditions of the soldiers were unbelievable and the amount of walking and building trenches were a sight to see. The work these men did was unreal and these men were true warriors. The...More
The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier emphasizes the lives of the common soldier. It's interactive exhibits emphasize the conditions the soldiers lived in when they weren't facing the terrors of combat.