The White House and Museum of the Confederacy offer visitors two unique experiences involving Civil War history. The White House of the Confederacy served as Jefferson Davis's executive mansion from August 1861 until April 1865 and is open for tours. The Museum of the Confederacy contains three floors of exhibitions. This museum is the preeminent center for the display, study, interpretation and commemoration of Confederate history and artifacts.
Richmond, Virginia | This impressive and gorgeously landscaped cemetery contains the graves of President Jefferson Davis, Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, Gen. George E. Pickett, and other Confederate notables, as well as 18, 000 Confederate soldiers.