Information - on the Brandy Station Battlefield and other (civil war as well as general) points of interest in Culpeper County

Exhibits exhibits depicting the civil war history of the Brandy Station area of Culpeper County are located within the Graffiti House 

Artifacts* unique writings of civil war soldiers are located on the second floor and are available for viewing.

Lectures* held the last Sunday of every month from April through Septembr at the Graffiti House

Battlefield Tours held every other Saturday from April through September (no biweekly battlefield tours are scheduled in 2015)

Group Services - For information contact Gary Wilson at (540) 547-4106, or email him at

Groups wanting to tour the Graffiti House or otherwise arrange services that the BSF offers must provide a minimum of 30 days advance notice before the date of the visit.

The BSF will have four volunteers available at the Graffiti House for each group tour.

Group fees are:
     Full-size buses:  $150 per bus
     Mini-buses (over 15 persons):  $50 per mini-bus
     Other groups:  $3 per person

Memorabilia - art, literature, shirts, caps and other items are available for purchase

*Tax deductible donations to support the Brandy Station Foundation are requested

Hours of Operation

The Graffiti House is open to visitors from 11:00 to 4:00 every Saturday and Sunday all year long.

It is closed on Christmas Eve and Day and New Years Eve And Day.



19484 Brandy Road
Brandy Station, Virginia 22714


Driving Directions

The Graffiti House is located just off Route 15/29, between Warrenton and Culpeper, about 5 miles west of the Rappahannock River.  Upon reaching Brandy Station on Route 15/29, turn south on Alanthus Road.  Go approximately 200 yards to the intersection with Brandy Road.  Turn left and then proceed straight on Brandy Road to the Graffiti House.  Brandy Road dead ends and the Graffiti House is located next to the old church on the right side of the road.  Click here for directions from MapQuest.