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Drummer Boy Civil War Museum, Andersonville

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  • Didn't know what to expect when the bus stopped here. Once inside, we found a small museum loaded with original Civil War artifacts, photographs, and writings. The curator, Cynthia Stormcaller, descri...  more »
  • Donation of $5 per adult. Small but filled with period uniforms and the stories of drummer boys. History of Drummer Boys to provide the cadence for troops keep in step while marching. Many very young ...  more »
  • We visited for moments, this place along with the town of Andersonville. Within moments and a view of the memorial glorifying Captain Wirtz in the center of town and the momentoes in the Drummer Boy M...  more »
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  • Atypical National Park Service Revisionist History towards the South. Same one sided View of the War Between the States.
  • If you're a civil war buff and American history buff this is a great little Museum all authentic artifacts from the Civil War nice diorama of Andersonville prison just a cool little place to visit highly recommended I go back every year places like this need to be visited yearly and donated to so that they stay open for the younger generations to see
  • Loved the history here. Amazing story of the south.
  • The curator that is there on the weekends is so super nice and very helpful.
  • Awesome history contained within the four walls. Over 3 million dollar colkection of the civil war artifacts. The hostess was sooo friendly, and so full of history. She was happy telling us anything we asked. .loved it. A great family outting.