The historic landscape at Manassas National Battlefield Park provides opportunities for you to explore and understand both major Civil War battlefields that were fought here and how these battles affected the civilians who called this place home.
Visiting the Battlefield
Click on the panels below to learn about the park's visitor services, driving tour, and trails, which provide opportunities for exploring and connecting with the history of the soldiers who fought here and the civilians who called this place home.
Be sure to stop by the Visitor Center to begin your visit to the battlefield.
Check our Operating Hours & Seasons page for current hours of the Henry Hill Visitor Center.
Interested in joining a ranger-led program? Check out our list of guided tours to see what programs may be being offered during your visit.
The Second Manassas self-guided driving tour is a 12-stop tour that takes you to key locations in Second Manassas. A map for the driving tour may be picked up at the Visitor Center or on our park map page.
There are over 40-miles of hiking and equestrian trails throughout the park. Stop by the Visitor Center to pick up a copy of the trail guide or visit our hiking page for a printable version.
Last updated: December 14, 2022