Chancellorsville Visitor Center Closed Beginning Dec. 23
The Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center will be closed for renovation work until March 15, when we expect to open on a limited basis. The information desk, restrooms, and bookstore will open then, but exhibits will be closed as we install new.
Exhibit renovations at Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center
The Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center will be closed Friday, March 7, and exhibits will be unavailable as we work on dismantling existing exhibits and prepare for new. The bookstore will remain open.
The webpage for Fredericksburg Battlefield contains more information on the battlefield, walking tour folders, and links to much more about the battle.
For information on special events, lectures and tours of Fredericksburg and nearby battlefields click here.
Educational Resources at Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania N.M.P. contains information for teachers and students working on reports.
Also see the Battle of Chancellorsville and the Battles of Wilderness and Spotsylvania Court House for information on those battles of the park.
For further information on the Battle of Fredericksburg visit these websites.
Don Pfanz, Park Staff Historian, has written 37 articles about the battle. Click here to read them.
The Battle of Fredericksburg, Animated
Did You Know?
Both Ellwood and Chatham were owned by the Lacy family during the Civil War. Both houses are part of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park.