The American Civil War Museum
is the nation's first museum to interpret the Civil War from Union, Confederate, and African American perspectives.
Discover a new way of looking at our shared national history that explains much of who we are as Americans today through our signature exhibit,
In the Cause of Liberty
. Artifacts change regularly so there is always something new to see!
$6 Seniors (age 62+)
$4 Children (age 6-17)
FREE Children age 5 and under
Groups of 10 or more, please contact Sean Kane at firstname.lastname@example.org
to make a reservation and take advantage of our group discount.
To download a copy of the November Program Guide, click
For a copy of the Fall 2014 program schedule, click
For a list of 2014 programs and events at the Museum of
the Confederacy, click
This Week's Events
Drummer’s Call: Field Music of the Civil War
Saturday, November 22 - 12:00 pm
From the time to get up to the order to charge, Civil War soldier’s lives moved to the beat of the drum. Join a costumed interpreter to learn about the importance of drums, bugles and fifes to Civil War soldiers North and South. Buy your tickets now.
American Lives, Richmond Voices: Cannon, Cartridges & Canals
Saturday, November 22 - 1:00 pm
Join living historians as they portray three fascinating Richmonders in 1863! Tredegar Iron Works owner-operator, Joseph Reid Anderson; Tredegar's canal fleet manager, William Brackens; and Confederate States Laboratory worker, Mary Ryan, will bring wartime Richmond to life in this exciting interactive program. Buy your tickets now