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The Museum and White House of the Confederacy

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

1201 E. Clay St, Richmond, VA 23220
804.649.1861

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The Museum and White House of the Confederacy - Reviews from across the web

Museum and White House of the Confederacy - user review
Dig the digs of Davis. The former executive Mansion of the Confederate President has been beautifully restored and features 11 rooms decorated with Victorian furniture. In the summer its live! Living history is performed on the museum steps. Inside is the largest collection of Civil War exhibits and...
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Confederate White House Sweet! Uniforms and Stuff Not So Sweet - user review
My wife and I toured the museum of the Confederacy in January 2005. We bought both the Confederate White House Tour, as well as a museum pass. It was quite affordable, but the m...
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No title - user review
I was blown away by the items on display at the Museum of the Confederacy. You can see the dress uniform and sword Gen. Robert E. Lee wore at Appomattox. You can see the sword that Gen...
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Amazing - user review
The Museum and the White House are located adjacent to each other on Clay Street in Downtown Richmond. It is very hard to find and parking is a total pain. Construction is everywhere, whic...
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No title - user review
This is a very out of the way museum, especially hard to find when every sidewalk around the capital area is closed for renovations. But once you are inside, it is very well done. All...
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The Museum and White House of the Confederacy | Museum/Attraction Review | Richmond | Frommers.com - expert review
One of Virginias top attractions, and a must for Civil War buffs, this excellent museum houses the largest Confederate collection in the country, much contributed by veterans and their descendants. All the wars major events and campaigns are documented, and exhibit...
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Very impressive - user review
As other reviewers have noted, the Museum is not easy to find and parking is really bad. We got into the cramped parking garage of the hospital next door, at least it was free on Sund...
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IgoUgo: Museum and White House of the Confederacy - Richmond, Virginia - user review
This neoclassical mansion was built in 1818. President Jefferson Davis lived here during the Civil War years, and several pieces of furniture owned by him are on display. Adjacent to the restored White House is a museum containing more than 15,...
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Deo Vindici - user review
The museum is a wonderful place to learn of the history of the CSA in it's proper context. No political correctness allowed in here. What was, was, and it is encased for posterity for al...
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A Great Historical Place - user review
I have always liked history and genealogy and I feel that Richmond is not capitalizing on its past history. It has so many good things to offer. When it comes to Civil War Hist...
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10 thumbs up - user review
Great Place to visit!! Lots of interesting things to see and ...
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Amazing Civil War Stuff - user review
This was the first 'civil war' site on our trip, so we weren't yet burned out on history and found the museum well worth a couple of hours and a few bucks of our time. I would have liked ...
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Best Collection of War's Artifacts - user review
The Museum and White House of the Confederacy is a prime location for wonderful history and silent objects that define the true feelings of soldiers in the War. You can go on a guided ...
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The Museum and White House of the Confederacy - Richmond - Reviews of The Museum and White House of the Confederacy - TripAdvisor
Almost impossible to find and park at (due to construction) but worth the trouble. The museum is small and but has many uniforms, relics, and artifacts. Unfortunately, for being a Confederate Museum, I found some of the information posted to read to continue preaching the slant of the evil Southern ...
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Richmond, Virginia: The Museum and White House of the Confederacy
The Museum building includes permanent and changing exhibit galleries. The artifacts in the collection number over 15,000 with strengths in uniforms, flags and the personal effects of many Confederate generals including Robert E. Lee's sword, the bible that Thomas Stonewall Jackson carried, and pers...
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Museum and White House of the Confederacy | Discover Richmond
, 1201 E. Clay St., downtown Richmond. Largest collection of Confederate art, artifacts and documents in the world. The Confederate White House, a mansion occupied by Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his family, is now a National Historic Landmark and has 11 period rooms decorated with...
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The Museum and White House of the Confederacy - Reviews and Ratings of Sights in Richmond - New York Times Travel
One of Virginia's top attractions and a must for Civil War buffs, this excellent museum houses the largest Confederate collection in the country, much contributed by veterans and their descendants. All the war's major events and campaigns are documented, and exhibits include period clothing and unif...
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The Museum and White House of the Confederacy: Virginia Is For Lovers
A private non-profit educational & preservation organization, the Museum is home to the worlds largest collection of artifacts, manuscripts & images associated with the domestic, military & political life during the period of the Confederacy. Exhibits feature the personal effects of Robert E. Lee, ...
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