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Arts and Culture in Manassas, VA

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Bristow, VA

Brentsville, founded in 1820, served as the county seat for Prince William County from 1822-1893. The site interp...


Stone Bridge

Manassas, VA

From the east side of this stream Union cannon fired the first shots of First Manassas at Confederates on the opposit...


Signal Hill

Manassas, VA

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8:45 A.M. July 21st 1861 Battle of First Manassas (Bull Run). From this hilltop Capt. E.P. Alexander, CSA, sent Ameri...


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Out in the Virginia countryside, every history buff should pay a visit to the Manassas National Battlefield Park. S...


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Fairfax Station, established on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad in 1851, was originally known as Lee's Station unt...


Farm Ford

Manassas, VA

Colonel William T. Sherman spent the morning searching for a location suitable for his brigade to cross Bull Run. He ...


Battle of Kettle Run

Brentsville, VA

On August 27, 1862, two of Confederate Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's divisions plundered the Federal supply de...


Ben Lomond is an antebellum farm that served as a hospital during the Civil War. The home was referenced in man...


Newgate Tavern

Centreville, VA

The Tavern William Carr Lane established the Newgate Tavern ca. 1768 on what was then a main route to the west. In th...


Convicts and Slaves

Centreville, VA

Naming of Newgate Before the town of Centreville was created in 1792, the area was named after places in London. Newg...


August 30, 1862 3:15 p.m. 1st Brigade (Sullivan), First Division (Hatch) Third Corps (McDowell), Army of Virginia, US...


Erected by the State of New York, to commemorate the patriotic services of the 10th Reg't New York Volunteers Nationa...


July 21, 1861 11:00 a.m. 2nd Brigade (Burnside), Second Division (Hunter) Army of Northeastern Virginia, USA 2nd New ...


August 28, 1862 7:00 p.m. 4th Brigade (Gibbon), First Division (King) Third Corps (McDowell), Army of Virginia, USA 6...


Visit the Civil War sites where Confederate and Union soldiers camped, learn how the topography of the area has chan...


Saint Mary of Sorrows

Fairfax Station, VA

St.Mary's Church was built in 1858 for Irish immigrant workers constructing the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. A...


The Mayfield Civil War Fort, a part of the Manassas Museum System, is the last remaining Confederate earth-work i...


August 29, 1862 5:30 p.m. 1st Brigade (Robinson), First Division (Kearny) Third Corps (Heintzelman), Army of the Poto...


Conner House

Manassas, VA

Built of locally quarried sandstone about 1820 and later expanded, the Conner House was used during the Civil War by ...


Manassas 1825

Manassas, VA

Built by the Weir family in 1825, this Federal-style home is one of the few pre-Civil War dwellings that remains in t...

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