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Manassas Museum and Historic Downtown Manassas

  • Address:
    9101 Prince William St
    Manassas, VA 20110
  • Phone:
    (703) 368-1873
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In downtown Manassas, the Manassas Museum features both permanent and changing exhibits on the battles and a town battered by the Civil War. Exhibit videos describe settlement of the region and impact of the Civil War on the community.  Echoes, The Manassas Museum Store, carries a variety of keepsakes, prints, and other historical mementos. Events are held throughout the year at the museum.  A new downtown Civil War walking tour also begins here, and includes, among other sites, a Confederate Cemetery, the final resting place of 250 Southern soldiers.  The historic downtown Manassas area features a number of quaint shops, cafes and other attractions.