Manassas National Battlefield Park

Manassas National Battlefield Park

Manassas National Battlefield Park

Manassas National Battlefield Park

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Jeannette S
加拿大哈利法克斯67 条分享
Park Interpreter at the Visitor Centre desk was very knowledgeable and helpful with advice on how we could best experience the park. We did a walking tour on our own at our own pace and it was very very interesting and educational. We especially enjoyed the short 6 minute talk in the museum about the battle. We learned so much more even more than we learned from history books just by seeing the actual battlefield, well worth the visit!!
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Taylor B
伊利诺伊州芝加哥7,646 条分享
Manassas National Battlefield Park is an excellent starting point for anyone who is interested in learning about the history of the Civil War. This is where it all began. Located at 6511 Sudley Road, at the intersection of Route 29 or Lee Highway and Route 234 or Sudley Road, north of I-66 and Manassass, Virginia, 30 miles west/southwest of Washington, D.C., it is the site of two major battles of the Civil War--the First Battle of Bull Run or Manassas and the Second Battle of Bull Run or Manassas. The FIrst Battle, which occurred on July 21, 1861, was the first major battle of the Civil War and is where Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson acquired his famous nickname "Stonewall." The 5,073-acre park was established in 1936 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. More than 700,000 people visit the two battlefields each year. Start at the Henry Hill Visitor Center on Sudley Road by the south entrance to the park, overlooking the 1861 battlefield. It offers exhibits regarding the First Battle of Bull Run, including Civil War-era uniforms, weapons, field gear, an electronic battle map and an orientation film entitled "Manassas: End of Innocence," and an extensive bookstore stocked with Civil War-related books and memorabilia. The site of the First Battle of Bull Run is small enough that you can walk from start to finish. Also see Stone House, used as a hospital for both battles, Robinson House, Stonewall Jackson Monument, Hill Farmhouse and Chinn Ridge.
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佛罗里达玛丽湖1,545 条分享
Very much enjoyed this - smaller and more cozy than Gettysburg and less crowded. I really enjoyed Stone Bridge and taking pictures there.
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华盛顿温哥华1,891 条分享
A pivotal battle site from the Civil War, this place is large, just like the battle area was. If you don't have a lot of time, or cannot do a lot of walking, you can still stop in at the visitors center, walk a few yards to the Stonewall Jackson statue, and take in the view of a nearby farmhouse that got caught in the battle, as well as lots of cannons. It's ironic that visiting here is serene, and yet, over a hundred fifty years ago this was a killing field.
If you are a history buff, or a Civil war buff, do not miss this place if you are in the vicinity. It has a lot to offer for either. Even if you are neither of those two, it is a beautiful place to go for a walk.
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弗吉尼亚赫恩登3 条分享
Calm, serene place for a walk, sit and understand the history on a weekend. They had several displays of civil war. Enjoyed the weather and calmness that came with it.
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威斯康星麦迪逊92 条分享
2021年8月 • 家庭
We are a family of hikers and history lovers; this was our only visit to Manassas and the heat index was well into the 90s.

The visitors center has a diorama and short audio off to your right when you walk in, and a longer movie that played the top of each hour in a theater to your left. Get a map from the helpful guides.

We walked the Blue (1st Manassas) counterclockwise. Henry Hill is a Strava segment. The placards/interpretive signage were very good. We then cooled off at the movie. Red trail can be hiked, driven, or both. Our first afternoon we drove to Unfinished Railroad and hiked that, an isolated, Beautiful hiking loop off the Red trail, and Groveton Cemetary. A definite theme was the war taking place on family grounds. Second day we came back to hike Chinn Ridge loop that backs onto the NY (Zouaves) monument, which can be reached by 29 as well. The map needs updated and it would be great to have a shuttle tour as others have suggested.
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Chris Y
81 条分享
So - as I generally say how long I've been visiting an attraction - I have been visiting the Manassas National Battlefield/Battlefield Park off and on for 31 years.
Within about a 2 to 4 mile radius there are all kinds of cool things from hiking to various historic markers and monuments.
I like to hike here more in the mornings not long after the sun is up. Though it's important to have a "spider-spotter" with you on hikes further into the forests as they make their webs just below the height of a person's head.
Hikes are cool not only because of the nature that surrounds you though also because you can think about what happened there so many years ago.
Good or bad it is important to remember history - and learn from it.
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Tia B
西维吉尼亚摩根敦255 条分享
Visited this famous Civil Ware battlefield yesterday . The main visitors center was very nice and we enjoyed the informative film. The men working at the desk were helpful and the gift shop there was also full of many nice books and gifts for all ages. One thing that was disappointing was the fact that unlike Gettysburg and Antietam the sites are not marked as easily to find doing a driving tour at Manassas. Maybe they should be numbered like the others which would be more helpful for someone driving. Also shuttle tours should be considered after COVID is better under control. Park rangers gave tours and lectures but we didn't stay to hear one, Also at the one house that was brown brick / stone in appearance didn't have railing to get in and out of the house and it should for safety. The statue of Stonewall Jackson was very nice We also enjoyed the older male volunteer at the second visitor center who was a VMI ALUMNI. I would recommend visiting this battlefield site if you are a history lover . I would allow 2- 3 hours for visiting this sight, Great area for taking walks but do it on a cooler day than 91.
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Emily M
美国1,024 条分享
We appreciate that they offer walking tours! The one we went on was short but informative. And lots of information plaques. Definitely recommend.
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s c
弗吉尼亚Petersburg508 条分享
Visited late June. Arrived in time to hear the ranger talk at Henry Hill visitors center. I didn't know much about Manassas battles. Found the talk about the first battle very interesting. Visited on a rainy day,so didn't hike area. Notion that people would come out to watch a battle as entertainment something can't understand. Ranger helpful in explaining why hear battles referred to as battles of Bull Run. Second battle occurred around 13 months later. Ranger talk at Brawner farm focused on the second battle. Rain had stopped by time attended the third talk which was Deep Cut walking tour. This talk focused in more detail about the second battle. All the rangers and be a were very enthusiastic and seemed proud of the park. I appreciate their patience in answering questions.
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