Please join us on the Civil War Roundtable of Chicago's Annual Battlefield Tour

2023 - 72nd Tour
“The Red River Campaign

May 3-7, 2023

  • DON'T BE LEFT OUT! Limited space is available. The tour is limited to one bus with capacity for 50 attendees. Seating is reserved for the initial 50 applications with deposits received.

  • Please complete the Registration Form now to guarantee your reservation. Click here for: Registration Form and Itinerary

  • Reservations are made in priority as received with the $200/person deposit.

  • Waiting List Add your name to the Waiting List by submitting the registration form with the $200/person registration deposit. The Waiting List will be filled in the order of "date received".

  • Payment in full is due March 15, 2023

  • The $200/person deposit will be refunded in full if you are not selected to fill a space..

  • Cost: $998.00 per person Double Occupancy, $1,250.00 Single Occupancy

  • Full price tour includes: Hotel room Wednesday evening thru Sunday morning, all breakfasts, lunches,and dinners; all motor coach services; oustanding tour guides; all admission fees; evening programs; and a comprehensive Tour Kit. A cash bar will be available through all dinners. Dinner on Wednesday evening is on your own

  • A bus from the Airport, to the hotel and departing after the tour will be available. See registration form for details

  • Tour Questions? Email us at CWRT2023Tour@ChicagoCWRT.org

  • 2023 Tour Reading List

    2024 - 73nd Tour
    “Gettysburg

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    Our past and future Battlefield Tour destinations:

    1951: Nashville, Franklin, Chickamauga & Cumberland Gap
    1952: Antietam, Gettysburg & Harpers Ferry
    1953: Peninsular Campaign, Richmond & Williamsburg
    1954: Shiloh & Vicksburg
    1955: Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Wilderness & Spotsylvania
    1956: Chattanooga & Atlanta Campaigns
    1957: Shenandoah Valley
    1958: Fort Donelson, Nashville, Franklin & Stone's
             River
    1959: Charleston & Savannah
    1960: Richmond & Manassas
    1961: Vicksburg
    1962: Gettysburg, Antietam & Harpers Ferry
    1963: Richmond
    1964: New Orleans
    1965: Chattanooga & Cumberland Gap
    1966: Washington, D.C.
    1967: Missouri & Arkansas
    1968: Fredericksburg
    1969: Shiloh & Northern Mississippi
    1970: Charleston
    1971: Shenandoah Valley
    1972: Vicksburg
    1973: Gettysburg
    1974: Chattanooga & Chickamauga
    1975: Richmond & Petersburg
    1976: Manassas & Antietam
    1977: Middle Tennessee
    1978: Fredericksburg
    1979: Shiloh & Northern Mississippi
    1980: Shenandoah Valley
    1981: Vicksburg
    1982: Gettysburg
    1983: Chattanooga & Chickamauga
    1984: Washington, D.C. & Northern Virginia
    1985: Petersburg & Appomattox
    1986: 1862 Peninsular Campaign
    1987: Trans-Mississippi
    1988: Chancellorsville
    1989: Atlanta Campaign
    1990: 1862 Maryland Campaign, with a focus on
             Antietam
    1991: Shiloh
    1992: Gettysburg
    1993: Vicksburg
    1994: Shenandoah Valley -- Spring; Kentucky -- Fall
    1995: Charleston, South Carolina
    1996: Chickamauga & Chattanooga
    1997: 1862 Richmond Campaign
    1998: North Carolina
    1999: Fredericksburg
    2000: Middle Tennessee
    2001: Antietam, Maryland
    2002: Trans-Mississippi
    2003: Gettysburg
    2004: Atlanta Campaign
    2005: Vicksburg Campaign
    2006: Manassas & Mosby
    2007: Washington, D.C. & Booth Trail
    2008: Shiloh & Corinth
    2009: Kentucky & Lincoln
    2010: Richmond 1864, Overland Campaign
    2011: Petersburg & Appomattox
    2012: Chickamauga & Chattanooga
    2013: Antietam
    2014: Gettysburg
    2015: Middle Tennessee
    2016: Shenandoah Valley 1864
    2017: Peninsula Campaign
    2018: 1864 Atlanta Campaign
    2019: Vicksburg Campaign
    2020: West Virginia (Cancelled due to covid)
    2021: Fredericksburg & Chancellorsvile
    2022: West Virginia
    2023: Red River Campaign
    2024: Gettysburg

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