Take tours with historians, engage in local Civil War events and discover a community of Civil War enthusiasts — Civil War Trust events will enrich your Civil War experience!
Upcoming Civil War Trust Events
Join us nationwide for this annual event to take on maintenance projects, both big and small, at battlefields and historic sites.
Help instill a lifelong passion for history by bringing your son, daughter, niece, neighbor or friend as we walk in the footsteps of Civil War soldiers - such as Stonewall Jackson - at Manassas.
Color Bearers: Join us for this Invitation-Only event to explore Pensacola, Fla.— where FOUR different wars took place.
Join us in Chattanooga, Tenn., for the Civil War Trust's 2017 Annual Conference "Last Best Chance: The Chickamauga and Chattanooga Campaigns"!
Join us in Memphis, Tenn. for this annual professional development for educators to explore battlefields and participate in workshops.
Help instill a lifelong passion for history by bringing your son, daughter, niece, neighbor or friend as we walk in the footsteps of Civil War heroes at Gettysburg.
Our color bearers joined us at West Point, N.Y., for this invitation-only, event covering Civil War and Revolutionary War history & tours.
More than 500 people joined us in Gettysburg for the Civil War Trust's 2016 Annual Conference "High Tide at Gettysburg" — our largest conference ever!
Adults and children joined us at Anderson House on February 6, 2016, to don historical gear and "walk" thorough the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Civil War.
The Civil War Trust Color Bearers joined us in Charleston, S.C., on September 25-27, 2015, for a special invitation-only weekend to tour Civil War and Revolutionary War sites in the area.
Adults and children joined us at Pamplin Park on Sept. 12-13, 2015, to live like a Civil War soldier as part of our Civil War Generations program.
Calendar of Events
in the Community
- Find events held by our partners and in the Civil War community around the country.
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Visit a Battlefield
- Tourism, and the money that brings to a community, is one of our strongest arguments for not paving over a battlefield — So take a trip, see some beautiful and historic sites, and learn about our nation's past.
- The Civil War Discovery Trail links more than 600 sites in 32 states
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