Civil War comes alive in new movie

The Prince William County/Manassas (Virginia) CVB invites you to tour historic sites that come to life in Manassas: End of Innocence, a permanent feature film showing at the Manassas National Battlefield Park. The movie details two traumatic Civil War battles at Manassas Junction, a peaceful railroad community 35 miles south of Washington, DC.

The film portrays both Manassas battles through the eyes of several participants. Among them are Judith Henry, an 85-year-old bedridden widow caught in the crossfire and Charles Norris, a 17-year-old Virginia Military Institute cadet who led his troops into battle and died at Manassas.

Much of the sacred land is now the Manassas National Battlefield Park, managed by the National Park Service. Daily tours include fascinating battle accounts. The scenic grounds contain historic buildings, including the former county courthouse, jail, church, and one-room schoolhouse. The village is currently being restored.

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