• Sunken Road, Stone Wall and Innis House

    Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    National Military Park Virginia

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  • Exhibit renovations at Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center

    Exhibits and the film are currently unavailable at the Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center while we prepare the building for new exhibits. The information desk, bookstore, and restrooms are available.

  • Exhibit renovations at Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center

    Exhibits are currently unavailable at the Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center, as we remove old exhibits and prepare the building for new exhibits in June 2014. The information desk, bookstore, and restrooms are available.

Battle of Chancellorsville History: Links

• For information on special events, lectures and tours of Chancellorsville and nearby battlefields click here.

The Battle of Chancellorsville Robert K. Krick, our former Chief Historian, has written a series of articles on the Battle of Chancellorsville that are being published in the local newspaper. As they are printed in the newspaper, they are put online. These articles are an excellent source of information on the Battle of Chancellorsville.

Battle of Chancellorsville A good website of links to information about the Battle of Chancellorsville including the Order of Battle.

"Stonewall" Jackson Shrine. Information about the site where "Stonewall" Jackson died with links to information about his death.

• Also see newspaper article explaining park Historian Frank O'Reilly's theory about Jackson's death.

Chancellorsville Battlefield contains information on visiting the battlefield, trail folders, and links to more information on the battle and its participants.

Battle Maps

Union Order of Battle Chancellorsville.

Confederate Order of Battle Chancellorsville.

Did You Know?

Photo of dead in Sunken Road during Battle of 2nd Fredericksburg

The famous photo of the Sunken Road at Fredericksburg was taken on May 3, 1863 during the 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg. The dead are members of Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade.