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Stonewall Jackson Shrine, Virginia

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  • Quite ways off I-95 all that is here is a small house that they hauled 'ole Stonewall off to after he was shot, so all he did here was died. You get to see a few original artifacts and the bed itself ...  more »
  • I visited and toured some Civil War battlefields that are part of the NPS "Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields. My fourth stop was At the Stonewall Jackson Shrine at Guinea Station. A ...  more »
  • We have passed the signs for this park on I95 for years and we finally stopped today. This is the house where Stonewall Jackson died in 1863. There was a ranger on duty who gave us a great rundown on ...  more »
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  • The park ranger was very informative and it was very interesting to see the place and even the bed where stone wall Jackson died.
  • Must visit for Civil War history. The bed frame and still ticking clock are original. It's a great visit. And like all the national park rangers they can answer any question about Stonewall Jackson.
  • This is a really well done and maintained historical landmark. There are bathrooms and a water fountain on site, and no entry fees to go into the house where Jackson died.
  • This was a really fun experience. The old guy giving tours was a walking encyclopedia as well.
  • Stonewall Jackson, you will find no more awe inspiring, respected, and dignified soldier in world history. General Jackson is worthy of the utmost respect, his immense legend continues to grow by the day. There will never be another.