NCWM Community Free Day

The National Civil War Museum is proud to provide a community-free day with activities and entertainment for the community, completely free of charge to visitors. Come celebrate Juneteenth with us! Sponsored by: Museum guests will enjoy special presentations, children's activities, and a living history encampment. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Coloring Activity Grab & Go […]

“Shaping the Contours of Federalism: The American Civil War in New Prospective” with Dr. Stephen D. Engle

The National Civil War Museum's 2021 Lessons in History Speaker Series with Dr. Stephen D. Engle. This lecture may be held virtually, more details to follow. "Shaping the Contours of Federalism: The American Civil War in New Prospective" Presentation with Dr. Stephen D. Engle - Professor and Director, History Symposium Series, Florida Atlantic University. The […]

“George B. McClellan and the Problems of Civil-Military Relations” with Dr. Ethan Rafuse

The National Civil War Museum's 2021 Lessons in History Speaker Series with Dr. Ethan Rafuse. This lecture may be held virtually, more details to follow. "George B. McClellan and the Problems of Civil-Military Relations " Presentation with Dr. Ethan Rafuse, Professor of History, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS. The 2021 […]

“Sorting Through Rumors, Whispers and Rumblings about Mary Virginia “Jennie” Wade” with Cindy Small

The National Civil War Museum's 2021 Lessons in History Speaker Series with Cindy Small. This lecture may be held virtually, more details to follow. "Sorting Through Rumors, Whispers and Rumblings about Mary Virginia "Jennie" Wade" Presentation with Cindy Small - Author, Historian and is retired from the Gettysburg Foundation. The 2021 Lessons in History program […]