Pamplin Historical Park is a privately-owned, $36 million, world-class historical
attraction located in the heart of historic Virginia near Richmond and Williamsburg.
The Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia
opened as a preserved battlefield and interpretive center in 1994,
the Park has grown to 422 acres and includes award-winning museums,
antebellum homes, costumed interpreters, guided tours, and the best
in onsite shopping and dining.
The National Museum
of the Civil War Soldier
The Park interprets three main themes: the common soldier
of the Civil War; the “Breakthrough Battle” of April 2nd, 1865; and
life in the antebellum South and the impact of the Civil War on civilians. Its
success in engaging visitors in an entertaining learning experience has earned
the Park national and international awards, articles in national magazines and
newspapers, a “GEM” designation by AAA and visitors from around the