Crafting Your Experience
This 1839 library / meeting hall, the city’s intellectual center became the Union Army’s 80-bed hospital
Alexandria's Archaeology Museum has studied the buildings and locations of 30+ Civil War Union Hospitals.
Two large, imposing residences originally belonging to Southern sympathizers became Union hospitals.
This 1855 theater had 600+ seats but became one of the many small Union hospitals clustered nearby.
Three structures made up the complex: Tuscan Villa, 510 Wolfe, & Friends Meeting House; only 510 remains
An architecturally significant church became a hospital in part due to parishioners’ Southern sympathies.
A premier hotel became a 500-bed military hospital - the largest hospital in a confiscated building
200-204 King St. were businesses with a home on upper floors but became a 100-bed hospital.
Only the Branch (now called Lee-Fendall House) remains. Together they served hundreds of patients.