About National Museum of the Civil War Soldier
The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier in Virginia explores the experiences of those who fought in the American Civil War.
In its main exhibit, “Duty Called Me Here”, the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier offers an audio guided tour of artefacts, multimedia presentations and dioramas which aim to tell the story of what it was like to be a Civil War soldier. Within the exhibit is a battlefield simulation.
The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier also commemorates those who fought by way of its Remembrance Wall, with the names of all those who answered the call of duty. A visit usually lasts around 45 minutes.
Richmond National Battlefield Park in Virginia was a focal point of the American Civil War and the capital of the Confederacy.
Cold Harbor was the site of one of General Robert E. Lee’s final victories in the American Civil War.
Appomattox was the village where General Robert E. Lee surrendered in 1865, ending the American Civil War.
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