Private Tours

If you are looking for a pleasant trip into the past to fill an hour, a morning, or a day then you are in the right place. Here you can browse by subject, by location and by the amount of time you wish to fill.  We will gladly customize our tours to precisely fill your requirements. As always, kids are free and your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Stonewall Jackson Tours

Jackson to McDowell – A driving tour over Stonewall Jackson’s route from Staunton to the mountain village of McDowell, where he won his first independent victory in 1862. The story is full of great personalities and the route is all on historic roads with lots of local history packed in. About 2-3 hours. Begin and end in Staunton. Mountain scenery, country flavor, plenty of stops, very little walking. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Conquering the Valley – A driving tour of Stonewall Jackson’s twin victories at Cross Keys and Port Republic in June 1862. These two battles demonstrate Jackson’s superior use of topography and they serve as the stunning climax to Jackson’s famous Valley Campaign. About 2-3 hours. Begin and end in Staunton or Harrisonburg. Great valley scenery, frequent of stops, short walks. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Holding On at Cross Keys
A two-hour guided tour of the battlefield at Cross Keys, where Stonewall Jackson’s troops delivered the first of two stunning, back-to-back victories on consecutive days to end the Valley Campaign of 1862. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

The Right Sort of Man – A walking tour of Thornrose Cemetery in Staunton. Jackson lies in Lexington, but many of the men who served under him are in Thornrose, including several of Jackson’s staff officers, who lived and worked with him daily. Through their stories, we learn much about Jackson the man. About 1 hour. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

One-hour Tours

A Community at War – A walking tour of Thornrose Cemetery in Staunton focusing on the men and women — black and white, civilian and soldier — and how four years of war altered their lives.ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

The Right Sort of Man – Another walking tour of Thornrose Cemetery, with a focus more on Stonewall Jackson’s influence on the community. Jackson lies in Lexington, but many of the men who served under him are in Thornrose, including several of Jackson’s staff officers, who lived and worked with him daily. Through their stories, we learn much about Jackson the man. About 1 hour. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Battlefield Tours

Conquering the Valley – A driving tour of Stonewall Jackson’s twin victories at Cross Keys and Port Republic in June 1862. These two battles demonstrate Jackson’s superior use of topography and they serve as the stunning climax to Jackson’s famous Valley Campaign. About 2-3 hours. Begin and end in Staunton or Harrisonburg. Great valley scenery, frequent of stops, short walks. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Holding On at Cross Keys
A two-hour guided tour of the battlefield at Cross Keys, where Stonewall Jackson’s troops delivered the first of two stunning, back-to-back victories on consecutive days to end the Valley Campaign of 1862. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Tours in Staunton

The Right Sort of Man – A walking tour of Thornrose Cemetery in Staunton. Jackson lies in Lexington, but many of the men who served under him are in Thornrose, including several of Jackson’s staff officers, who lived and worked with him daily. Through their stories, we learn much about Jackson the man. About 1 hour. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Tours near Harrisonburg

Holding On at Cross Keys
A two-hour guided tour of the battlefield at Cross Keys, where Stonewall Jackson’s troops delivered the first of two stunning, back-to-back victories on consecutive days to end the Valley Campaign of 1862. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Driving Tours

Holding On at Cross Keys
A two-hour guided tour of the battlefield at Cross Keys, where Stonewall Jackson’s troops delivered the first of two stunning, back-to-back victories on consecutive days to end the Valley Campaign of 1862. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

Walking Tours

The Right Sort of Man – A walking tour of Thornrose Cemetery in Staunton. Jackson lies in Lexington, but many of the men who served under him are in Thornrose, including several of Jackson’s staff officers, who lived and worked with him daily. Through their stories, we learn much about Jackson the man. About 1 hour. ASK US ABOUT THIS TOUR

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