Civil War Sites

Fairfax County Civil War

Fairfax County and the
Capital Region's Civil War Sites

Fairfax County Civil War Sites

Fairfax County Civil War Sites

The Civil War in Fairfax County touched the lives of Union and Confederate soldiers, free and enslaved African-Americans, and everyday citizens caught in the middle of the conflict. Fairfax County's amazing Civil War sites range from the Stone Bridge on the eastern part of Manassas National Battlefield Park to various Civil War Trail markers and historical signs that detail the stories of our county's heritage.

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Civil War Sites in the Greater Capital Region

Civil War Sites in the Greater Capital Region

Within easy driving distance from the center of Fairfax lies some of the most fascinating sites and most recognizable names in all of Civil War history. All sites listed are within a 2 hour car ride and are less than 90 miles in total distance from the geographical center of Fairfax County.

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Fairfax Civil War Trails Sites

Fairfax Civil War Trails Sites

With over 30 Virginia Civil War Trails markers in Fairfax County and the City of Fairfax to explore - you can create your own Civil War Tour through the area and learn about our storied Civil War history.

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