If your visiting Lexington because of its historical beauty, you should not miss a reflective walk through this local treasure. The wealth of references that you'll find throughout, particularly the older markers, will surely keep you engaged in our local & national heritage. You will not be disappointed!! Located within easy walking distance of downtown. Be sure to include this... 更多
Rich in history and the site of Stonewall Jackson's grave. A must visit for history buffs, students of the Civil War and those interested in Stonewall Jackson.
A pleasant walk through a beautifully landscaped space. Step back in time and let history unfold around you as you stroll the walkways of the cemetery.
Lovely stroll through the cemetery, provides quite time for contemplation and viewing old stones. There is not much in the way of scenic vantage points, but a nice way to while away some time.
Since I am an avid Volkssporter, I stopped into the Visitor Center and signed up for the Lexington Volksmarch. I had no idea the walk would take me thru the Stonewall Jackson cemetary, until I was there at the entrance! Very interesting. A fine centuries old cemetary! Lexington is a quaint historical town with many different sites, and lots of... 更多
Make the habit of exploring cemeteries in the places you visit--lovely place to walk with interesting graves, many from the civil war era. Don't miss the Jackson plot, the statue of Stonewall Jackson, the interesting tomb on the walk near the Jackson plot, and the cut-way large bush that reveals several tombstones (it's about 15 yards from the Jackson statue,... 更多
No more fighting in a cemetery. The Confederates are resting in peace under the shade of big trees. Stonewall Jackson is looking over of his fallen soldiers, but the battle is over. We have to feel respect for both sides since they fought for something they thought to be the right thing and gave their life for it. Of course,... 更多
Interesting to see the community history by looking at the headstons of the people who were buried there. Lexington has a history of prominent Virginia people who lived there.