The Museum of Confederacy takes you back in time when Richmond was in its most tragic state in the middle of the American Civil War. Riots, starvation, hopelessness and death haunted Richmond as the people fought a desperate battle for survival.
In this 2-hour tour, discover Richmond in the year 1863, when the city was the Capital of the Confederate States fighting for freedom. The tour begins in the Museum of Confederacy, which houses numerous valuable artifacts from the war, and continues to a 2.39 mile walk to historic landmarks around the city. See Richmond in a different light as you discover its dismal past and learn significant details about this momentous event in American history.
$5 for members
$15 for non-members (includes museum admission)
Booking your tour:
Advance reservations are necessary to book a tour. Call or e-mail Kelly Hancock at (855) 649-1861 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set a schedule. For more information, visit their website at http://www.moc.org/event/%E2%80%9C-struggle-survival%E2%80%9D-richmond-1863-walking-tour-0