• Manassas National Battlefield Park


    National Battlefield Park Virginia

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    The museum at the Henry Hill Visitor Center is closed due to the installation of a fire protection system in the exhibit area. The visitor center and gift shop remain open daily and the park film is shown hourly. More »



Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Last year over 800 people donated more than 24,000 hours to the park. We have a diverse array of volunteer opportunities, available to both groups and individuals, in a variety of fields. For additional information, please contact the park's Volunteer Coordinator at (703) 361-1339 x1211.

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VIP Tom Grubbs at the Henry Hill Visitor Center.

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Current Volunteer Opportunities

Visitor Services
Volunteers work at the Henry Hill Visitor Center information desk, greeting visitors and providing them with an orientation and overview of the park's historical resources and programs. Volunteers are also needed to staff the historic Stone House, a pre-war tavern used as an aide station during both Battles of Manassas.


Trail Maintenance

Manassas National Battlefield Park contains more than 40 miles of trails, over half of which are open to horseback riding. The park works closely with two volunteer organizations to perform routine trail maintenance, combat erosion, and address sustainability issues. Hiking trails at the park are maintained with the assistance of the Blue & Gray Trail Crew, and bridle trails are maintained with the assistance of the Battlefield Equestrian Society.

To view additional volunteer opportunities available nationwide, go to www.volunteer.gov/gov.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

During the First Manassas campaign, Confederate reinforcements travelled by rail from Piedmont Station to Manassas Junction. The 35 mile trip marked the first time in American history that railroads were tactically used to forward soldiers towards the frontlines of combat.