Civil War Sundays

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    Explore the Civil War in Alexandria with Civil War Sundays. See an original May 26, 1861, edition of The New-York Tribune detailing Colonel Elmer Ellsworth’s death in Alexandria, a Peeps diorama illustrating Ellsworth’s death, a TimeTravelers Passport exhibit featuring the Civil War drummer boy, a diorama of a heating system constructed in Alexandria to warm Civil War hospital tents during the winter of 1861, a cocked and loaded Wickham musket discarded in a privy during the 1860s, and an exhibit on a Lee Street archaeological site during the Civil War. Admission to the museum is free of charge.               

    The Alexandria Archaeology Museum is owned and operated by the City of Alexandria and complies with the terms of the ADA.  To request accommodation, please contact the Museum at 703.746.4399 or archaeology@alexandriava.gov.

     

  • Recurrence:
  • Recurring weekly on Sunday
  • Phone:
  • (703) 746-4399
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  • Times:
  • Sundays
  • Price:
  • Free
  • Details

    Explore the Civil War in Alexandria with Civil War Sundays. See an original May 26, 1861, edition of The New-York Tribune detailing Colonel Elmer Ellsworth’s death in Alexandria, a Peeps diorama illustrating Ellsworth’s death, a TimeTravelers Passport exhibit featuring the Civil War drummer boy, a diorama of a heating system constructed in Alexandria to warm Civil War hospital tents during the winter of 1861, a cocked and loaded Wickham musket discarded in a privy during the 1860s, and an exhibit on a Lee Street archaeological site during the Civil War. Admission to the museum is free of charge.               

    The Alexandria Archaeology Museum is owned and operated by the City of Alexandria and complies with the terms of the ADA.  To request accommodation, please contact the Museum at 703.746.4399 or archaeology@alexandriava.gov.

     

Civil War Sundays