Gravesite of General Robert E. Lee.  Lee is entombed here inside the Lee Chapel and Museum.  The Chapel was built in 1867 under Lee's supervision.  The Chapel is located in the middle of Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.   Lee and members of his family are buried beneath the Chapel on the Museum level. This is the famous statue by Edward Valentine portraying General Lee resting on the battlefield.  Also inside this Chapel is General Lee's office is preserved much as he left it for the last time on September 28, 1870.  After the conclusion of the Civil War, Lee came to Washington University (now called Washington & Lee University) to become the University's President.  Mike Lynaugh

Gravesite of General Robert E. Lee.  Lee is entombed here inside the Lee Chapel and Museum.  The Chapel was built in 1867 under Lee's supervision.  The Chapel is located in the middle of Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.   Lee and members of his family are buried beneath the Chapel on the Museum level. This is the famous statue by Edward Valentine portraying General Lee resting on the battlefield.  Also inside this Chapel is General Lee's office is preserved much as he left it for the last time on September 28, 1870.  After the conclusion of the Civil War, Lee came to Washington University (now called Washington & Lee University) to become the University's President.

Mike Lynaugh