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• Experience the fascinating history of the area through places such as the Stonewall Jackson House. Special emphasis is placed upon Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson’s life as a professor, church leader, businessman, husband, and community leader during the decade that he lived in Lexington and taught at the Virginia Military Institute before the American Civil War.

• Tour the Lee Chapel and Museum, a National Historic Landmark, on the campus of Washington and Lee University. Built of brick and native limestone, the Chapel was completed in time for graduation exercises in 1868. Become immersed in tradition attending a concert, lecture, or other university event here.

• Follow along the Civil War Trail and learn about the historic events that occurred throughout the state. Hundreds of signs give visitors the chance to explore back roads and stunning landscapes. Each regional trail is outlined in free full-color maps available at state welcome centers and local/regional visitor centers.
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