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Ellwood Manor is an excellent restoration of a circa 1800 Federalist style home that originally sat on 5,000 acres. The house depicts the 1864 Battle of the Wilderness headquarters of Union General Warren along with information on the battle, plantation life and the restoration of...More
It's a free museum and tour related to the Civil War. Stonewall Jackson's arm is buried onsite. You can tour the house with or without a guide. We enjoyed our guided tour, he was enthusiastic and engaging. It was a great visit.
Ellwood Manor sits back off the main road which gives you the impression of traveling back in time. The property has been well-cared for and the house, which was used as a field hospital during the Civil War, is filled with various exhibits. Don't miss...More
One of the things I have wanted to do since our last visit to Fredericksburg was to see the burial site of Stonewall Jackson's arm. Since our original destination was closed for the day we decided to go here. We picked a great day. There...More
Ellwood Manor is the best part about the Wilderness Battlefield. It is on National Park land and owned by them, but maintained by the Friends of Wilderness Battlefield. The house is in wonderful condition and the docents give nice little tours of the house, providing...More
My first visit a few years back was during a special event with lots of events going on. This was to be a short visit with a five year old granddaughter who would not work with the full tour. Having been at Chancellorsville, she was...More
The first time my wife and I visited Elwood Manor was in the early 1980s. As Civil War buffs, we were in quest of the burial site of Stonewall Jackson's arm, which had been amputated after he was shot by his own troops at the...More
We have visited several times in the past year for a tour and presentations. We have been very happy with the tour and the presentations - all free. The staff are wonderful people who are very knowledgeable .