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    Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    National Military Park Virginia

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Virtual Tour of Fredericksburg Battlefield

The Fredericksburg Battlefield driving tour consists of six stops. There are also links to battle sites not on the tour route as well as additional information on touring Fredericksburg Battlefield and learning about the battle.

Google Maps shows the location of the virtual tour stops

Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center Tour Stop #1 on driving tour of battlefield

Stone Wall Tour Stop #1 on driving tour of battlefield

Marye's Heights Tour Stop #1 on driving tour of battlefield

Upper Pontoon Crossing Site

Middle Pontoon Crossing Site

Advance to Marye's Heights

Chatham Manor Tour Stop #2 on driving tour of battlefield

Lee's Hill Tour Stop #3 on driving tour of battlefield

Howison Hill Tour Stop #4 on driving tour of battlefield

Bernard's Cabins Trail

Federal Breakthrough Tour Stop #5 on driving tour of battlefield

Prospect Hill Tour Stop #6 on driving tour of battlefield

The Slaughter Pen Farm Recent purchase by the Civil War Preservation Trust.

"The Gallant" John Pelham Marker

Return to Virtual Tours of the battlefields

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For more information on visiting the Fredericksburg Battlefield, click here.

For more information on the Battle of Fredericksburg, click here.

To look at photographs of the Fredericksburg Battlefield, click here.

To look at photographs of monuments on the Fredericksburg Battlefield, click here.

 
Cannon at Prospect Hill
Cannon at Prospect Hill

Did You Know?

Fredericksburg National Cemetery Headstone

About 85% of the dead in the Fredericksburg National Cemetery are unknown. Most of the dead are from the Civil War, but about 100 are 20th century American soldiers and there are a few spouses of soldiers.