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History comes to life at this historic park. Plan a national park trip to the scene of the end of the Civil War and experience history with your family.
This home of Robert E. Lee is surrounded by Arlington National Cemetery. Visitors can schedule tours or walk through the house at their own pace.
On April 5, 1856, a child who later called himself Booker T. Washington was born in slavery on this 207-acre tobacco farm.
Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park preserves and interprets key historical sites and the rich cultural heritage of the Shenandoah Valley.
Jamestown and Yorktown mark the beginning and end of Colonial America, and Colonial National Historical Park covers it all, from Settlement to Revolution.
Known as Freedom's Fortress, Fort Monroe spans the 21st century, from American Indian to Civil War history. Enjoy the park's bird family and green grounds.
Experience this military park that encompasses four major Civil War battlefields and preserves the historic buildings associated with them.
Visit the birthplace of first founding father George Washington, preserved in the heart of Washington's plantation and the Washington Family Burial Ground.
Preserving natural scenery along the Potomac River, the George Washington Memorial Parkway connects historic sites from Mount Vernon to Great Falls.
The Lyndon Johnson Memorial Grove, just outside Washington, D.C., provides a serene setting to canoe or kayak, hike, picnic, or bird watch.
Tour Maggie Walker's historic Richmond home and learn about her role in civil rights and empowerment for African Americans.
Located just outside Washington, D.C. in the Virginia countryside, the site of the Battle of Bull Run features ranger tours and Civil War reenactments.
Petersburg National Battlefield, which honors the U.S. Colored Troops who fought in the Civil War, is the site of Gen. Robert E. Lee's surrender.
Prince William Forest Park, known for its woods and streams, welcomes campers, hikers, bikers and nature lovers to learn park history and enjoy events.
Richmond, Virginia was at the heart of the American Civil War. The Battlefield Park includes the Confederacy's largest hospital and miles of original forts.
Hiking along the Appalachian Trail, fly-fishing, and rafting are just some of the possible activities in this national park near Washington, D.C.
Theodore Roosevelt Island, dedicated to America's 26th president and great conservationist, is a manmade forest mimicking the former natural landscape.
Located in Virginia, Wolf Trap combines cultural and natural resources for the community and nation to enjoy, including concerts.