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
• 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
• 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.Return to Virtual Tours of the battlefields
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.
Fredericksburg National Cemetery
Take a moment to remember those who served on our area battlefields by virtually visiting our National Cemetery, the final resting place of more than 15,000 soldiers, most of which are unknown. This site provides a history of the cemetery, a roster of those interred here, and several virtual touring options.
Did You Know?
Hazel Grove was a plateau of high ground that General Hooker gave up on the early morning of May 3, 1863. Realizing that this ground was the key to winning the battle, the Confederates quickly seized it and concentrated artillery which had an advanteous position to the Union artillery at Fairview.