Battlefield Tours of Virginia

Join Battlefield Tours of Virginia to create your perfect private battlefield tour experience and visit hallowed American ground.

Over 100 5 Star Reviews

Took a full day tour of Jacksons Valley Campaign a few weeks ago and it was outstanding. The tour guide was well prepared and provided an in-depth overview of the multiple battles that make up this campaign.

Steve

We are big Civil War buffs, and even after reading about the battles and previously visiting some of the battlefields, we STILL learned so much. Highly recommend this tour for anyone, it’s well worth it.

Zack

We would highly recommend taking as much of the tour as you can. I learned so much and appreciate how he explained each battle. My husband has always been very interested in the civil war and now I am too. Can’t wait to go on more tours.

Glenn

Comprehensive Civil War Tours in Virginia

On our tours, you won’t just learn about troop movements and who was victorious on the day. Your personal guide will give you the politics and context surrounding each battle, along with how the war was experienced by soldiers, generals, and ordinary civilians.

When you book one of our Battlefield Tours in Virginia, an expert local guide will join you for the day to help you uncover the fascinating stories behind key battles of the American Civil War.

Our Top Sellers

Fredericksburg

Battle of Fredericksburg

This tour goes beyond the stone wall at Marye’s Heights. We’ll spend time around the town of Fredericksburg as well as Slaughter Pen Farm & Prospect Hill.
FromUSD$200
Chancellorsville

Battle of Chancellorsville

One of Robert E. Lee’s greatest victories. Hear about Stonewall Jackson’s Flank Attack & the bloodiest morning in the Civil War.
FromUSD$200
Cold Harbor

Battle of Cold Harbor

The fourth and last Overland Campaign battle. Hear about Ulysses S. Grant’s repeated attacks against Confederate entrenched positions.
FromUSD$240

Popular Combo Tours

Fredericksburg & Chancellorsville

The Rising Tide of the Confederacy

Part of the rising tide of the Confederacy. Two epic victories which inspired Robert E. Lee to invade the North again, leading to the Gettysburg Campaign.
FromUSD$360
Cedar Mountain & Brandy Station

The Culpeper Area Battlefields

The most dramatic battles in Culpeper County. Cedar Mountain, the last independent command of Stonewall Jackson & Brandy Station, the beginning of the Gettysburg Campaign.
FromUSD$360
Cold Harbor & The Seven Days' Battles

The Richmond Area Battlefields

Tour the Seven Days' Battles, part of the defense of Richmond in 1862 and the Battle of Cold Harbor, the last of Ulysses S. Grant’s famous Overland Campaign.
FromUSD$400

Enjoy wide open spaces with your own battlefield-guide.

  • No self-guided tour hassle… relax & let us do all the work
  • VIP tours without the VIP price
  • Private battlefield tours for your party only
  • A local battlefield guide joins your vehicle
  • Convenient online self-booking for half-day & day tours
  • Veteran-owned & operated business
  • Step-on guides available for private van & bus tours
  • Battlefield guides are limited, so booking in advance is highly recommended.
  • Custom tours are available by request for a shorter, longer, or special request/topic tour.

Note: It is recommended to spend a morning or afternoon per battlefield (4-hours) to get a comprehensive tour, make all tour stops, travel the distance needed, and tell a multi-day story in many different locations.

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