The museum in the visitor center at Appomattox Court House NHP is not the only place to discover collections sure to intrigue not just Civil War buffs but visitors of every age and interest. In addition to the Wall of Honor in the visitor center and the Parole Passes exhibit in Clover Hill Tavern, collections of historic and cultural artifacts are displayed in the Plunket-Meeks Store and other settings within the village's original and restored structures.
Did You Know?
On April 10, 1865 Generals Lee and Grant met a second time at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. At that second meeting General Lee requested that his men be given evidence that they were paroled prisoners - to protect them from arrest or harassment. 28,231 parole passes were issued to Confederates.