Guided Civil War Tours
Civil War Guided Tours:
and payment required at least one week in
advance. Wear comfortable walking shoes.
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Bryan Truzzie at 804-751-4946.
Tours are on
Tours are onFridays, 10 a.m. – noon $8 per person
Historic Point of Rocks Guided Tour
Visit Historic Point of Rocks and learn about the Union hospital established here where Clara Barton served. Walk the ground where President Lincoln visited in 1865. View federal fortifications and learn why this location played a major role in the Bermuda Hundred Campaign. Wear comfortable shoes. Tour meets in maintenance parking lot at Dodd Park.
R. Garland Dodd Park, 201 Enon Church Road
Ware Bottom Battlefield Tour NEW
Take a walking tour and discover the history surrounding the impact of the civil war in Chesterfield County. Learn about one of the most decisive engagements in 1864 and view some of the most preserved fortifications. Learn about the impact of Ware Bottom Church once located close to the site and the impact that had on the battle.
Ware Bottom Battlefield Park, 1600 Old Bermuda Hundred Road
Battle of Drewry’s Bluff NEW
On May 15, 1862, a Federal flotilla led by the ironclads USS Monitor and USS Galena attempted to force its way past the Confederate fort at Drewry’s Bluff. The Federals were turned back after a three hour battle and Richmond was never again seriously threatened by a water- based attack. Take a walking tour and discover why this site was called the Gibraltar of the Confederacy.
Drewry’s Bluff, 7600 Fort Darling Road