• Fredericksburg Battlefield: Sunken Road, Stone Wall and Innis House sunrise

    Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    National Military Park Virginia

Contact Us

Please review and choose from this list of contacts, based on the nature of your inquiry. (It may be already answered on this website, in the hours, special events, or tour-maps sections.)


For copies of the park's tour-brochure, or historical questions about any of its four battlefields, email the staff historian.

If you have questions about permits, park regulations, or visitor protection call 540-654-5535 or send an email.

If you have questions about natural resources call 540-654-5331 or send an email.

If you are looking for the park maintenance division call 540-371-1882 or send an email.

If you are a teacher and are planning a school trip to the battlefields call our education coordinator at 540-654-5498 or send an email.

If you are a military group, civil war roundtable, or another large group planning a visit call 540-373-6124 or send an email.

If you are looking to volunteer for the park call 540-373-6124 or send an email.


To contact the bookstores call (Fredericksburg) 540-372-3034 or (Chancellorsville) 540-786-0759

To contact the webmaster click here.




Park Mailing Address:



Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park

120 Chatham Lane

Fredericksburg, Virginia 22405


Park Fax Number:
540-371-1907


Phone Numbers:

Law Enforcement: (540) 899-2698

Maintenance Facility: (540) 371-1882

Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center: (540) 373-6122

Fredericksburg Bookstore: (540) 372-3034

Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center: (540) 786-2880

Chancellorsville Bookstore: (540) 786-0759

Chatham Manor: (540) 654-5121

Stonewall Jackson Shrine: (804) 633-6076

Ellwood: (540) 972-2158

Salem Church: (540) 786-7429

Weather Closing Information: (540) 373-6122

Did You Know?

Confederate artillerists on Marye's Heights

Burnside's objective in attacking Marye's Heights is unknown. His orders simply state, "Push a column of a division or more along the Plank and Telegraph roads, with a view to seizing the heights in the rear of the town."