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Visitor’s Center Fort Lee’s Welcome Center is adjacent to the Lee Gate, just off Route 36, named in honor of Major General Harry L. Dukes. The Visitor Center is adjacent to the Lee gate, just off Route 36. The staff can help visitors find a destination on post and answer general questions about installation services and events. The Visitor Center hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed holidays). Numerous military displays are on post such as Anzio Annie, a historic railway gun used by the Germans in World War II to attack Allied troops in Italy. The visitors center is located at 500 Lee Ave, Building 5228. All visitors will be required to show a

Common Access Card, a military identification card, or approved government-issued identification such as a state driver’s license or state-issued identification to gain access onto Fort Lee. All adults are required to possess valid ID. All juveniles without valid ID must be accompanied by an adult family member. Drivers must be able to show a valid driver’s license, current vehicle registration and proof of insurance. For more information, visit www.lee. or call (804) 734-4593.

Hopewell Appomattox Plantation The land that surrounds Appomattox Manor on City Point was patented in 1635

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