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SEPTEMBER 17 & 18, 2022

Come join us for a step back into Waynesboro's history!

Talk with Civil War soldiers from both armies.

Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of camp life from a bygone era.

Witness the thrill of charging cavalry, thundering Artillery and the determination of the Infantry as they battle.



For security reasons, bags, backpacks, coolers, and other containers will be allowed into the event only if inspected at the gate by the event staff.


Free Parking

Admission Rates :

(ages 11 and under FREE)

One-Day Pass : $5

Two-Day Pass : $8

Pay at the gate or online!

Buy One-Day Pass

$5 via PAYPAL

Buy Two-Day Pass

$8 via PAYPAL

Be sure to print your receipts


bring them to the event !



By attending Waynesboro At War, attendees acknowledge that reenacting events, black powder shooting, and related activities are and entail known and unknown risks that may result in emotional injury, personal injury or death, or damage to property.

Such risks of loss, injury or death include, but are not limited to, burns, cuts, terrain conditions, heat prostration and related conditions, use of black powder, explosions, impacts from debris, accoutrements, vehicles and/or weaponry, the failure to follow command orders or rules and regulations of event sponsors and host, rescue efforts or medical attention provided by anyone connected to the reenacting event, cardiac conditions, falls, or contact with animals.

1. ASSUMPTION OF RISK: With full knowledge and appreciation of the dangers, attendees have made a voluntary choice to participate in reenacting activities and events despite the risks that they present, and voluntarily agree to assume sole responsibility for ANY AND ALL RISKS OF LOSS, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, that may be sustained as a result of participating in these activities unless caused by the gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct of a “released party” below.

2. RELEASE: Attendees voluntarily RELEASE, WAIVE AND DISCHARGE, AND COVENANT NOT TO SUE, the City of Waynesboro, Waynesboro At War, the participating reenacting units and vendors; the trustees of, officers of, agents of, employees of, or members of any of these reenacting organizations; any owner, lessor, or lessee of any property on which these reenacting organizations conduct any activity; or the sponsors or the organizers of any reenacting event (singularly “released party” and collectively “released parties”) from and for all liability, claims, demands, actions, loss or damage on account of any injury to their persons (INCLUDING DEATH) or property, whether caused by their NEGLIGENCE or for any other reason, excepting only the gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct of a “released party,” while preparing for, practicing for, traveling to or from, or participating in, any reenacting event.

3. INDEMNIFICATION: Attendees agree DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS the “released parties” from any loss, liability, damage, claims or costs, including court costs and attorney fees, that they may incur arising out of or related to their participation in reenacting activities and events, whether caused by their negligence or for any other reason, excepting only their gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct.

4. SEPARATION OF RELEASEES: Attendees agree that this ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK, RELEASE AND INDEMNIFICATION applies separately to each of the “released parties” and that the gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct of one “released party” will not negate their assumption of the risk, release of, and duty to indemnify any “released parties” who are not grossly negligent or who have not acted willfully or wantonly.

5. BREADTH: It is the intent of the event organizers and participants that this ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK, RELEASE AND INDEMNIFICATION shall be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by Virginia law. If any clause, subclause or portion of any sentence is held invalid, attendees agree that the balance shall continue in full force and effect.