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Second Manassas

Second Bull Run, Groveton, Brawner's Farm

August 28 - 30, 1862

Prince William County, Virginia

While the Bull Run (First Manassas) battlefield oftentimes gets the lion's share of any visitor's interest, the Second Manassas battlefield is filled with remarkable historical sites that should appeal to all. Visit the newly updated Brawner's Farm Interpretative Center and watch the electric map there. Visit the Deep Cut and walk the Unfinished Railroad trail. Visit the solemn 5th and 10th New York Monuments. And don't forget to visit Chinn Ridge.

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Essential To-Do List:
Second Manassas

Get the most out of your Civil War battlefield visit by exploring these recommended To-Dos.

Visit Chinn Ridge on the First Manassas Battlefield

At Chinn Ridge, Union hopes for victory at the First Battle of Manassas in July 1861 were crushed. After being repulsed by Confederates there, the Union lines collapsed and the now scattered troops fled back to Washington in terror.

Visit the Groveton Confederate Cemetery

Established by local citizens in 1867, Groveton is the final resting place of 266 Confederate soldiers killed in both battles at Manassas, and it sits on the Second Manassas Battlefield.

Stand in the Deep Cut at Second Manassas

This unfinished railroad bed which became a breastwork for Stonewall Jackson's men was the scene of repeated Union attacks on August 29 and 30, 1862. It is beautifully preserved and can be seen in almost original condition today.

Walk the Stuart's Hill Walking Trail

Stuart's Hill Walking Trail gives visitors access to important parts of the Second Manassas Battlefield not accessible by car and adds depth to the experience.

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Civil War Discovery Trail


Open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Closed Thanksgiving and December 25.


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