Manassas National Battlefield Park

Manassas National BattlefieldVirginia Route 234 between I-66
and US Route 29  (Visitor Center)
703-361-1339

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, who's 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