It is the mission of Richmond National Battlefield Park to protect, maintain, and provide for the enjoyment and understanding of the historic resources associated with the Civil War battles fought in the vicinity of Richmond, Virginia.
Today, the park preserves more than 2200 acres of Civil War resources in 13 units, including five visitor centers.
Designation: March 2, 1936
Download the park's special use permit application.
Did You Know?
General Ulysses S. Grant never visited Richmond. The closest he ever came was during the battle of Fort Harrison, eight miles south of the city.