Without time to really walk the field, I hope to return and spend more time walking around the park.
The southern edge of the cornfield. While he photo bombed me, our guide was outstanding. If the time and budget allows, get the guide.
Bloody Lane. This is the approximate position of the 2nd North Carolina where they took fire from Weber's brigade. To my east you can see an observation tower at the end of the Sunken Road. Next to it rests the mortuary monument erected in memory of Union General Israel Richardson. Richardson was a rising star in the Army of the Potomac and it was speculated he would have eventually taken over command of the AoP.
The bluff above the lower bridge (Burnside's Bridge). The bridge was defended from this position by two CSA regiments from Robert Toombs' brigade. About 400 rebs held this position for over two hours before the 51st NY (along with the 51st PA) under command of Gen. Edward Fererro took the bridge under the promise they would get their whiskey back (look it up).