Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park commemorates four Civil War battles that took place in and around Fredericksburg, Virginia, from December 1862 to May 1864. The park's two visitor centers, exhibits, films and historic buildings invite students to consider why these battles occurred and how they impacted the lives of soldiers, civilians, women and African Americans.
Teachers of Young Historians
Looking for programs for young visitors? Reserve teaching materials, request an education program, or plan your school visit to the park!Read More
Visiting the Park
Wondering how best to explore the park? Go here for building and park hours, special event listings, regulations, and tips on what not to miss!Read More
How Can You Help the Park?
Calling all volunteers! Park Day 2013 is Saturday, April 6.Read More