The monument to Captain Henry V. Fuller is south of Gettysburg in the Rose Woods south of the Wheatfield. It is one of the least visited monuments on the battlefield of Gettysburg, standing in low and wet ground some distance from the nearest path, surrounded on three sides by a loop of Rose Run. Location: 39.794847 N, 77.245179 W.

It is probaby best reached by taking the old trolley roadbed about 135 yards north from Brooke Avenue. After crossing the bridge over Rose’s Run continue on the path about 35 yards. The monument is about 70 yards east of the trolley roadbed. There is a faint path that may be seen depending on the greenery. The bronze tablet of the monument faces the path and can sometimes be seen from the trolley roadbed.