• 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.

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    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.

Virtual Tour of Chancellorsville Battlefield

The virtual tour of the Chancellorsville Battlefield consists of the ten stops on the park driving tour plus additional battlefield sites. There are also links to learn more about the battle.

Map of Virtual Tour Stops Tour stops are shown on a google map

Kelly's Ford

Ely's Ford

Germanna Ford

Bullock House Site Tour stop #2 on battlefield tour

Chancellorsville House Site and Intersection Tour stop #3 on battlefield tour

Banks Ford

Zoan Church

May 1 Battlefield

McLaws's Line Tour stop #4 on battlefield tour

Lee-Jackson Bivouac Tour stop #5 on battlefield tour

Maury Birthplace

Catharine Furnace Ruins Tour stop #6 on battlefield tour

Stonewall Jackson Flank March

Jackson's Flank Attack Tour stop #8 on battlefield tour

Wounding of Stonewall Jackson/ Chancellorsville Visitor Center Tour stop #1 on battlefield tour

Wilderness Tavern

Ellwood Manor and Cemetery

"Stonewall" Jackson Shrine

Slocum's Line Tour stop #7 on battlefield tour

Hazel Grove Tour stop #9 on battlefield tour

Fairview Tour stop #10 on battlefield tour

Salem Church

Return to Virtual Tours of the Battlefields

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See also

Photos of Chancellorsville Battlefield

Photos of Chancellorsville Monuments

Chancellorsville Battlefield - Visiting the battlefield

Battle of Chancellorsville - History

 
Cannon at Fairview
Union artillery position at Fairview

Did You Know?

Chatham Manor

John Lee Pratt willed his house and 30 acres to the National Park Service. His remaining land was willed to Stafford County for recreational parks and most of his possessions were auctioned with the proceeds going to charity.