Learn About the Civil War at Manassas National Battlefield Park

Explore the park where the Confederate and Union armies clashed twice.

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Nine different loop trails make Manassas National Battlefield Park a place to visit not only for the Civil War history but for the open fields, dense forests, and abundance of bird life, including red-tailed hawks and barn owls. (6511 Sudley Rd.; 703-361-1339).

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This article appears in our May 2015 issue of Washingtonian.