The perfect combination of high-tech museums and hands-on experiences, this 424-acre campus features four world-class museums, four antebellum homes, costumed living history, original Civil War battlefield fortifications, and much more! Our outstanding facilities and engaging programs appeal to casual visitors, serious students of Civil War-era history, groups and families alike.
For Booking Information: Please email the Group Booking Specialist or call (804) 861-2408 or toll free at 1-877-PAMPLIN.
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Things to Do
Park visits range from two to six hours depending on the itinerary and interests of your group. While here, your group can visit four antebellum homes and tour a National Historic Landmark battlefield. Our four fascinating museums explore the lives of common Civil War soldiers, life in the antebellum South, slavery, and the decisive Breakthrough Battle of the Petersburg Campaign in 1865. The Park’s showcase, the award-winning exhibit “Duty Called Me Here,” combines recreated historical environments with an outstanding collection of artifacts. It also features a dramatic, interactive tour with Orpheo devices that put your customers in control of their journey.
Skilled in addressing the needs of groups, the Park’s educators bring history to life with interactive, participatory tours for all ages. Our staff is committed to providing you with best-in-class service.
Special Demonstrations for Adults
Add a senior-friendly program to your group’s Park experience! With minimal walking and topics that range from plantation life to battlefields, these engaging tours cater to the needs and interests of seniors. Available upon request with advance notice.
Live the life of a Civil War soldier!
The Civil War Adventure Camp is America’s newest Civil War history immersion experience! Participants dress in Union or Confederate uniforms, practice soldier skills, and eat Civil War-era meals. This camp is perfect for groups of all ages. Both daytime and overnight adventures available.
Ample free parking for motor coaches is available in two locations.
The majority of the Park facilities, except for portions of the Breakthrough Trail and the upstairs of the Tudor Hall Plantation house, are wheelchair accessible.