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Stonewall Jackson House

8 E Washington St, Lexington, VA 24450-2529
+1 540-463-2552
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Nothing Special

Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's house is situated comfortably in the quaint and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
via mobile
A look at the South

The house was very interesting; our docent gave an informative tour of the home. Another look at... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sherrill B
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8 E Washington St, Lexington, VA 24450-2529
+1 540-463-2552
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's house is situated comfortably in the quaint and walkable downtown Lexington. My humans and I visited the house with a large tour group, so our visit was planned, but walk-ins are welcome. STAFF: Fine. The tour guide that my humans...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The house was very interesting; our docent gave an informative tour of the home. Another look at life in the south during the civil war era.

Thank Sherrill B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a well-maintained and carefully thought out museum. The docent was knowledgeable and friendly. The garden was just beginning to be planted but looks like it would be wonderful in the summer. Recommended for history buffs.

Thank Herbert0
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very well done home of Stonewall Jackson. House has been very well maintained and the tour guides are passionate and very well educated on Stonewall Jackson.

Thank TXtraveler67_71
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Driving up I81 I saw the historical marker sign and had to stop. This is a short drive from the interstate with free parking within walking distance. The plot of land is small so the tour doesn't take very long. Well worth stopping, if nothing...More

Thank Dewayne P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you're a Civil War buff, definitely worth a stop. House is restored to how it looked when Jackson was living there. Was a hospital after his widow turned it over to the community and one of the people in our tour group was actually...More

Thank CopCodder
Reviewed 15 April 2017

This is a very education and informative site to see. This is the period before the Civil War while Jackson was an professor at the Virginia Military Academy. The tour shows how Jackson lived, one of his gardens and what a modest man he was....More

Thank deputydawg13
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Anyone who is interested in Stonewall this will be a must. The tour is only about 30-40 min. They tell you about his early childhood, about his struggles and his life in Lexington Virginia. How he helped Amy (the cook) can tomatoes and he loved...More

Thank 1938charlie
Reviewed 15 March 2017

Part of the charm of Lexington is it's historical significance in the wonderful blend of perspectives and events that shaped America's history. This stop is a must.

Thank debwilloughby
Reviewed 11 March 2017

Our tour guide was deeply knowledgeable about the house, and had even been born there in the days when it was a hospital. His stories about Jackson's life explained how life was like back then, and weren't about Civil War battles or pro-Confederate. The house...More

Thank Diane A
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Al W
why would Gen.jackson sit and look at the wall each night?
8 February 2016|
Response from Taylor B | Reviewed this property |
He was a very religious man. He would sit and look at the wall and meditate. He also would memorize his lecture for the following day's class at VMI.