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The beginning, the end, and a few battles in between. These are Virginia's six hallowed battlefields of the Civil War.
These events will put a spring in your step. Adventure away
this month in Virginia.
One of the most critical features throughout the history of the Shenandoah Valley was the existence and improvement of the Valley Pike, the princip...
"Battle of Arbor Hill" near Summerdean in Augusta County (Southwest of Staunton) followed by Federal...
History comes alive in downtown Buchanan!
See the flash, smell the smoke and witness the reenactment of General McCausland and his confeder...
History comes alive in downtown Buchanan! See the flash, smell the smoke and witness the reenactment of General McCausland and his confederate troo...
Step back into the 1860's and visit the Civil War living history encampment on the grounds of the historic Paxton House in Buena Vista, Virginia. W...
Follow the Kernstown Battlefield walking trails for insights into the events of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown.
Browse the battl...
Every May 15, the Virginia Military Institute honors those cadets who fought and died in the Battle of New Market. Cadets march in a full dress par...
The Battle of New Market Reenactment is a unique historical experience taking place on the original 1864 battlefield. It is the site of the...
Join the Virginia Quilt Museum's 20th Anniversary Celebration at a two-day seminar exploring quilts of the Shenandoah Valley made before, during, a...
Beginning in the 1870's, Civil War veterans began to gather for annual picnics during the first weekend in August. Eventually, thousands of p...
The legendary Oak Ridge Boys are returning to the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival Labor Day weekend 2015. This summer you can see the band with on...
Waynesboro was a town of 457 in 1860, an unlikely place at the feet of the Blue Ridge Mountains for war to come. However, in September, 1864, and M...
September 18th through September 20th are the dates for the 35th Annual Edinburg Ole Time Festival in Edinburg, VA. Edinburg is very proud of ...
To celebrate our rich heritage , Grand Caverns will be celebrating Fall Festival Living History on October 3, 2015 starting at 10 am and ...
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