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20 Day America's Civil War

Mar 28, 2024 - Apr 16, 2024

  • 19 nights (camping)
  • | 31 meals & events
  • | 1158 driving miles
  • | 129 avg daily miles

Tour Overview & Route

From Charleston, SC, we’ll follow the path of the Confederate Army as it traveled north as far as Gettysburg, the site of the bloodiest skirmish in the Civil War, visiting famous battle sites, memorials and museums along the way. But we’ll also take a break from battles to appreciate Southern charm by visiting Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park and exploring an antebellum plantation. Join us in honoring this event that almost changed the shape of our nation.

Tour Prices

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1 Person Price Per Rig


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Tour Features & Itinerary

  • Orientation and Get Acquainted Social
  • Welcome Dinner
  • H.L. Hunley Submarine Tour--one of the most unique tourist experiences available in Charleston
  • Local Lunch
  • McLeod Plantation Historic Site
  • Carriage Tour Of Old Town Charleston--Experience 25-30 blocks of Charleston’s historic downtown district
  • Cruise thru Charleston Harbor to Fort Sumter Site - Experience where the Civil War began…the ONLY tour that stops at Fort Sumter and disembarks visitors to spend time on the National Historical Park.

  • OPTIONAL-Relic Room and Military Museum--a unique opportunity to discover and explore the state’s military history
  • OPTIONAL--South Carolina State House--The South Carolina State House and grounds of the Capitol Complex are home to many beautiful portraits, monuments, plaques and other works of art.

  • Private Motorcoach
  • Step on Guide
  • Southern Museum of Civil War
  • Marietta Civil War Walking Tour
  • Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
  • OPTIONAL- Gone With the Wind Museum
  • OPTIONAL-Explore Lake Lanier

  • Campground Cookout – food, fun and friends!
  • Incline Railway to the top of Lookout Mountain--The thrill of riding "America's Most Amazing Mile" has delighted guests for over a century.
  • Battles for Chattanooga atop Lookout Mountain--lets you experience the battles as they were fought over 150 years ago – the battles that sealed the fate of the confederacy.
  • Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Self Drive Tour--Join a park ranger for a 90 minute to 2 hour car caravan tour of the battlefield.

  • OPTIONAL ENROUTE- Stand in Two States at Once--Two great states, two fantastic cities, one incredibly welcoming community – that’s Bristol!
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation
  • Lexington City Tour--includes stops at the Burial of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee and the Virginia Military Institute and Museum
  • Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery--General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, and Margaret Junkin Preston - the Civil War Poet Laureate of the South - are buried here.
  • University Chapel and Museum--named a National Historic Landmark in 1961.
  • Virginia Military Institute Museum Guided Tour--collects, preserves, interprets and exhibits the heritage of VMI as recorded in the 15,000 artifact collection.
  • Local Lunch
  • Jackson House Tour

  • McLean House - Site of Robert E. Lee's Surrender
  • Appomattox Court House National Historical Park--experience the history of the village that was the site of the surrender in 1865
  • American Civil War Museum-Appomattox--Appomattox is deeply embedded in the consciousness of people from the many states and nations who study the Civil War and American history.

  • Battle of New Market Tour--Self-guided tour of the Virginia Museum of the Civil War; shopping at the General's Store; Field of Lost Shoes, our Emmy award-winning film on the Battle of New Market
  • OPTIONAL - Endless Caverns Guided Tour--Discovered in 1879, Endless Caverns has been thrilling visitors with their underground treasure for generations.

  • Guided Tour of Harpers Ferry National Historic Park -- A visit to this quaint, historic community, at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers, is like stepping into the past.
  • Guided Tour of Antietam National Battlefield--The Battle of Antietam ended the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia's first invasion into the North and led Abraham Lincoln to issue the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation.

  • Battle of Gettysburg Private Guided Tour-- recounting the events of those fateful three days and the strategies used by both armies to better understand the decisions made!
  • Farewell Dinner
  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast – grab some food and coffee before we part ways