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Lee Chapel and Museum, Lexington

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  • Robert E. Lee is probably most known for being a Civil War general for the South in the Civil War thanks to American public school history books. However, there is much more to learn about one of Amer...  more »
  • My husband and I visited the Lee Chapel and Museum this past week and it was a fabulous tour, but what made it even better was the tour guide we had. Her name was Maggie Davies. She was a dynamic, eng...  more »
  • What a fascinating place to visit. Everyone was so friendly and helpful, the tour is no charge, they had so many artifacts of the Washington family and the Lee family, how could anyone not like the pl...  more »
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  • Nice place to check if your historical to-do list. A short tour is offered upstairs and the museum downstairs is self guided. You can make it through everything in about an hour.
  • Nice place to stop if you are in the area. You can see everything in under an hour. There is a short tour upstairs and the museum is self guided.
  • Lee Chapel is a very peaceful place. Free Tour with great information. Pretty, well kept and quite lovely. Definitely worth a stop even if you are just passing by on I-81.
  • Interesting celebration of several american white historical figures- most notably R.E. Lee. If you are into American history, there is a lot to see here. If you are into odd artifacts, you should check out the enormous mechanical solar system from the 19th century
  • A place to pay our respects to one of the US most influential leaders; and to learn about his greatest contribution to the Nation and the world. (You will be surprised)