Digital Resources

Digital Resources Portal

Welcome to the Virtual Bentonville Battlefield! Use this page to access virtual content related to the site. These resources are perfect for educators, students, or anyone wishing to explore Bentonville Battlefield from the comfort of home.

Bentonville Battlefield Virtual Tour -- Introduction

The Battle of Bentonville Video Playlist

This playlist includes 12 videos that lead viewers through the Battle of Bentonville in 1865.

Bentonville in 5 Minutes! Video Playlist

The five videos in this playlist showcase key moments in the Battle of Bentonville.

Bentonville Battlefield Virtual Tour Playlist

A group of nine videos virtually walk visitors through the battlefield and its history.

Harper House Virtual Tour Playlist

Take a virtual tour of the Harper House at Bentonville Battlefield.

Life on Campaign Series

Watch the Life on Campaign series to learn more about the actions at Bentonville Battlefield.

Bentonville 156: A Carolinas Campaign Virtual Event

The site commemorated the 156th anniversary of the Battle of Bentonville with hours of historic content including talks, discussions, virtual tours, demonstrations, and more as part of Bentonville 156: A Carolinas Campaign Virtual Event.

Singing on the Land: Bentonville Battlefield's Story

The Battle of Bentonville, fought March 19-21, 1865, was the last full-scale action of the Civil War in which a Confederate army was able to mount a tactical offensive. This major battle, the largest ever fought in North Carolina, was the only significant attempt to defeat the large Union army of Gen. William T. Sherman during its march through the Carolinas in the spring of 1865. Free people of color, American Indians, and enslaved African Americans were also witness to this catastrophic battle.

Singing on the Land featuring Rissi Palmer at Bentonville Battlefield

Listen and watch as @Rissi Palmer and James Gilmore perform the song ‘Barley’ standing on the land where a community witnessed tragedy and hope in the Battle of Bentonville over 150 years ago.