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150th Anniversary of the Battle of Bristoe Station
Please make plans to join us for a variety of lectures, tours and programs to commemorate this event in our local area's history. Events are planned for September and October 2013. Make plans now and reservations are encouraged!
(NEW) Bristoe Station Campaign Mobile Tour
Travel the roads soldiers took during the Bristoe Station Battle through the new Bristoe Station Mobile Tour. The 50-mile route connects visitors to images, audio and maps that bring to life the events and stops that were part of this 1863 campaign. The tour includes QR codes at each stop that link visitors to the tour’s mobile web site, complete with images, maps and 90-second narratives.
Stops on the tour include:
1. Warrenton - Old Jail Museum
2. Auburn - Battle of Auburn
3. Greenwich - Armies on the March
4. Bristoe Station - Battle of Bristoe Station
5. Brentsville - Protecting the Wagon Train
6. Buckland - The Buckland Races
7. Remington - Battle of Rappahannock Station
Tour phone number: (703) 334-2544
Click here to access the site
“There Was a Want of Vigilance” – Battle of Bristoe Station Exhibit at the Manassas Museum
August-October, Manassas Museum ($5 admission)
9101 Prince William St, Manassas
Exhibit will feature rare artifacts from the Battle of Bristoe Station. Featured items will include personal effects of A.P. Hill and other leading participants of the battle. Exhibit cosponsored by the Prince William County Historic Preservation Division and the Manassas Museum.
Contact Manassas Museum for more information at 703-368-1873
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