Sites steeped in rich history abound in Prince William County, Virginia. Whether your groups seek a truly haunted site, outdoor splendor or a look at a storied battlefield, they'll easily find it.

Your historic adventure could begin at Manassas National Battlefield, where the American Civil War started. Plan a self-guided hike through the more than 40 miles of trails that weave throughout the hallowed grounds and recount the steps the soldiers took. Guided tours are offered daily, and you could also choose to accompany one of the Park Rangers on a tour or take a self-guided driving tour through the over-5,000-acre park. Photo Courtesy of Visit Prince William, VA

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A short drive away, groups could stop by the Ben Lomond Historic Site & Old Rose Garden to find the largest public antique rose garden in Virginia and also see, hear, and smell what a hospital would have been like during the Civil War. The interactive experience at this historic site has proven to be fun and educational for groups of all ages. Photo Courtesy of Visit Prince William, VA