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|Historic Tredegar||White House of the Confederacy||ACWM–Appomattox||RICHMOND EXPERIENCE
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500 Tredegar Street, Richmond, VA 23219 | Open Daily 9 AM–5 PM
Founded in 1837, the historic Tredegar Iron Works was one of the country’s largest industrial sites before the Civil War and the largest in the Confederate States. Our new building houses the Museum’s visitor services desk, museum store, and our flagship exhibit, A People's Contest: Struggles for Nation and Freedom in Civil War America. It features hundreds of original artifacts, dynamic theater experiences, and compelling imagery. Please allow two hours for your Historic Tredegar visit. Parking is free with museum admission.
White House of the Confederacy
1201 East Clay Street, Richmond, VA 23219 | Open Daily 10 AM–5 PM
Built in 1818, the White House of the Confederacy served as the executive mansion and home for Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his family from 1861 to 1865. Guided tours explore the lives and activities of those who lived and worked in the home. Please allow one hour for the White House tour. The last three tours are at 2:15, 3:00 and 4:00 pm. Free parking is available in the MCV Health Services deck on 12th Street.
159 Horseshoe Road, Appomattox, VA 24522 | Summer Hours: 10 AM–6 PM
Appomattox is one of a few place names that is not only shorthand for the end of the Civil War—but also a metaphor—for a new beginning as a reunified nation. The American Civil War Museum - Appomattox’s permanent exhibit explores these overlapping stories using more than 400 artifacts, photographs, and documents. Included in the exhibit is the uniform coat and sword that Robert E. Lee wore to the surrender, the Appomattox parole lists, and a dozen audiovisual stations that bring rich human stories to life. Please allow two hours for your Appomattox visit. Parking is free with museum admission.