Amenities
  • Free Parking
  • Free Admission
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Takes Reservations
  • Public Restrooms
 

History & Heritage

AP-Hill-Boyhood-Home-c-1770

A.P. Hill Boyhood Home c. 1770

The Confederate Lt. General's boyhood home with a history exhibit on the second floor.

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Antioch-Baptist-Church

Antioch Baptist Church

We are a worshiping, learning, teaching, soul winning, and soul sustaining church with a rich history!

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Battle-of-Kellys-Ford

Battle of Kelly's Ford

Civil War Battlefield Park

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Burgandine-House

Burgandine House

The Burgandine House is one of the oldest remaining structures in the town of Culpeper, and is also open to visitors.

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Cedar-Mountain-Battlefield-

Cedar Mountain Battlefield

AUGUST 9, 1862 The Battle of Cedar Mountain was the first serious clash between the Army of Northern Virginia and Maj. Gen. John Pope's new Army of Virginia. The close-run Confederate victory at Cedar Mountain was the springboard for the 1862 Northern Virginia campaign that brought the fighting back to the fields of Manassas in August of 1862.

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