What began in 1991 as an effort to preserve a threatened Civil War battlefield near Petersburg, Virginia, has evolved into one of America’s finest history and heritage travel destinations.
Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier is a 424-acre historical campus that features world-class museums, antebellum homes, a National Historic Landmark Civil War battlefield, a slave life exhibit, educational programs, and special events. It has been called “the new crown jewel of Civil War sites in America” by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian James M. McPherson of Princeton University.
Starting May 28th and running though September 3rd you have the chance to experience the overwhelming history at Pamplin Historical Park! Imagine: touring 4 Historic Homes, seeing 2 Miles of Original Confederate Earthworks, and walking 5 Miles of Trails...all for just $1!
Don't hesitate to visit Pamplin Historical Park! Pack a picnic and spend the day surrounded by history and nature. Visit the Hopewell/Prince George Visitor Welcome Center and let one of our tourism advisors build a customized itinerary for your next trip to Central VA!