An HEAV-Sponsored Event
Though people like Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee are, to many, synonymous with the Civil War, their symbolic status is just a fraction of the story that shaped the modern United States. Join other homeschoolers across the commonwealth to explore the Civil War through the stories of the people who lived it, and how their lives changed during the war.
What choices did people make then – and what choices do we make today that could impact the future? Uncover Civil War Richmond from Brown’s Island, encounter real people through replica artifacts, and get an exclusive look at the brand new American Civil War Museum at Historic Tredegar!
Two programming and price options are offered. Save by buying your tickets online!
Parking is located at 500 Tredegar Street. Pull up to the parking gate and press the button to receive a ticket. Bring that ticket into the Museum with you for validation.
Human Stories of the Civil War
American Civil War Museum – Historic Tredegar
500 Tredegar Street, Richmond
Friday, March 22, 2019; 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
$6/student,ages 6 to 17; $12/adults, ages 18 and up. Children ages 5 and under are free.