Presented by Pamplin Historical Park

This Memorial Day come to Pamplin Park for the day where many special activities are planned, and all included in the regular park admission.
10:30 – “Load In Nine Times” – a living history firing demonstration.
11:15 – Wayside Unveiling – The Names of the Enslaved at Tudor Hall.
12:30 – USCT Valor During the Petersburg Campaign, along with artillery firing, Presentation of colors, and playing of Taps.
1:30 – Ribbon Cutting for new exhibit in the Battlefield Center, “We Fight for Our Rights, Liberty, Justice & Union” , which presents stories of the enslaved, their road to freedom thru the Civil War, and further contributions of African-Americans in the U. S military into the 20th century. This will be followed by bugle calls & camp life at the Military Encampment.
3:00 – Breakthrough Battlefield Walking Tour, followed by bugle calls and Civil War camp like demonstration.
3:00 – Showing of “War So Terrible” at the Battlefield Center.