Imagine being able to step into a military camp where you can learn military skills and survival from the actual soldiers. You will experience learning how to shoot black powder by a batlle hardened veteran. Listen to and feel what it is like to have survived through one of the most trying times of our nation.
We offer driving and/or walking performances on the Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness and Spotsylvania Courthouse Battlefields.
Experience the raging conflict through the eyes of a soldier, civilian participant, or both.
There are many ways to experience the Fury...the choice is yours.
A. The Futility of Fredericksburg Relive the battle of Dec. 10 - 13, 1862 for a full two hour presentation, exploration and experience. $60 per person
B. The Futility of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville Dec. 10 - 13, 1862 and the brilliance and chaos will be yours to experience from Chancellorsville May 3-4, 1863. 2 hours in Fredericksburg and 2 hours in Chancellorsville. 4 hours of blood, sweat and tears $120 Lunch break at Market Street Buffet (6.99 per adult additional)
C. The Sorrow of the Wilderness May 6-7, 1864. The Never-Ending Battle of Spotsylvania May 9-21, 1864. 2 hours in the Wilderness Battlefield and 2 hours in Spotsylvania. 4 hours to experience the fury as the soldiers before us did: $120 Lunch break at Market Street Buffet ($6.99 per adult additional).
D. Design Your Own customized experience of one battlefield or mixed battlefields of choice and combination. $40 per hour (minimum 2 hours)
We accompany you in your car and take you out to the battlefields. Often times we have a team that will give you a true to life experience depending on group size.
You'll see the battlefield you'll feel what the soldiers and civilians did to get both viewpoints.
We ride with you and walk with you showing you in first person what happened to those brave men from both sides out there on that now sacred ground. We help you to see what interests you the most in a memorable and enjoyable fashion.
Wives do not usually like logistic tours of the battlefield but women enjoy our presentations because we involve them in our stories and touch their emotions.