• Fredericksburg Battlefield: Sunken Road, Stone Wall and Innis House sunrise

    Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    National Military Park Virginia

Virtual Tour of Fredericksburg Battlefield

Fredericksburg virtual tour

Explore the battlefield without ever hitting the road!

Messimer

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

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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.

 
Fredericksburg National Cemetery, graves spread out in front, with A. A. Humphreys statue standing near the center

The Fredericksburg National Cemetery is a place of quiet contemplation with many stories to share.

Larry Stuart

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?

Confederate artillerists on Marye's Heights at Fredericksburg

30 acres of Civil War battlefield land is destroyed every day. Civil War Preservation Trust preserves 133.2 acres of the Bristoe Station battlefield.