Tag: Confederate

Symposium Special Tour

This special guided tour will visit sites from the Wilson-Kautz Raid with Director of Education & Interpretation, Zachary Pittard. Park members pay $129 per person and non-members pay $139 per… Read more »

27th Annual Civil War Symposium

The conference will be held on Friday, October 18 through Sunday, October 20, 2024 at Pamplin Historical Park’s Museum of the Civil War Soldier and Education Center in Dinwiddie, Virginia… Read more »

Paranormal Investigation

Join Commonwealth Researchers of the Paranormal (C.R.O.P.) for an exclusive investigation of Pamplin Historical Park and the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier. We do not recommend this event… Read more »

Roundtable: Myths About Lee’s Surrender

Join speaker Patrick Schroeder as he explores “Myths about Lee’s Surrender.” The Petersburg Civil War Roundtable (PCWRT) will meet the first Thursday of each month at Pamplin Historical Park and… Read more »

159th Breakthrough Battle Anniversary

Join us as we remember the 159th Anniversary of the Breakthrough Battle which ended the Petersburg Campaign and forced the Confederate withdrawal from Richmond.  At 4:40 a.m. April 2, 1865,… Read more »

Paranormal Investigation

Join Commonwealth Researchers of the Paranormal (C.R.O.P.) for an exclusive investigation of  Pamplin Historical Park and the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier. Come investigate with us on September… Read more »

2023 Symposium Optional Tour: 1862 Peninsula Campaign

Join Pamplin Historical Park’s Executive Director, Colin Romanick, and Newport News Historic Sites Curator, J. Michael Moore as we examine General McClellan’s Peninsula Campaign, covering the period between the landing… Read more »

Memorial Day Remembrance

Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier will offer a full schedule of daily programs this Memorial Day. The Park will open from 9:00 a.m…. Read more »

Civil War Symposium: Bridges Over Troubled Waters

Battlefield terrain features and obstacles have been studied by numerous historians and are the blessing or curse of many military commanders throughout time. The American Civil War is no different… Read more »