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

    Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    National Military Park Virginia

Virtual Tour of Wilderness Battlefield

The virtual tour consists of the eight stops on the driving tour of the Wilderness Battlefield, and additional sites, listed according to their relation to the timeline of the campaign. There are also links to learn more about the battle.

* Map of Virtual Tour Stops. Google maps shows the location and gives directions to the virtual tour stops.

* McGowan's Brigade Winter Camp Site

* Germanna Ford

* Grant's Headquarters, Tour Stop #1 on park driving tour

* Wilderness Tavern Site

* Ellwood Manor

* Wilderness Battlefield Exhibit Shelter, Tour Stop #2 on park driving tour

* Saunders Field, Tour Stop #3 on driving park tour

* Higgerson Farm, Tour Stop #4 on park driving tour

* Chewning Farm, Tour Stop #5 on park driving tour

* Tapp Field, Tour Stop #6 on park driving tour

* Longstreet's Wounding, Tour Stop #7 on park driving tour

* Brock Road-Plank Road Intersection, Tour Stop #8 on park driving tour

* Todd's Tavern Site


See also:

* Photos of Wilderness Battlefield

* Photos of Wilderness Monuments

* Visiting Wilderness Battlefield

* Wilderness Battle-Summary of the battle

Cannon in Tapp Field
Cannon in Tapp Field

Did You Know?

Confederate artillerists on Marye's Heights

Marye's Heights is what Civil War soldiers called the high ground immediately west of Fredericksburg. It would be more accurate to call it Willis Heights. The heights consisted of two hills where the Willis and Marye families lived prior to the war. Willis Hill is the larger of the two hills.