Manassas National Battlefield Park

Manassas National Battlefield

Virginia Route 234 between I-66
and US Route 29  (Visitor Center)

Manassas Battlefield is the site of the first great battle of the Civil War in June 1861 (Also known as the Battle of Bull Run) and a second great battle at the same location in August 1862. At the 1861 battle Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson, whose statue is a centerpiece of the park, earned his nickname, "Stonewall". The site includes a visitor center/museum and a walking tour.

Open: Daily Admission: Free   Related Links: National Park Service - Manassas National Battlefield Park