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Military Memorial Museum, Crossville
(4.6/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Very interesting must see place to stop by.The volunteers that work there are so knowledgeable and eager to answer any question you have 
  • This is a small building but is full of really interesting things from Civil War, WWI & WWII, Korean War, Viet Nam War, and Gulf War. There is also artifacts from the POW Camp that was local. The atte...  more »
  • This is a great spot to stop in downtown Crossville. They have lots of unique war artifacts donated from families and retirees in the area. The museum covers mainly Civil War through WWII with some Vi...  more »
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  • Wonderful little Jewel in downtown Crossville just across from the courthouse. Great collection of old weapons and Uniforms also letters from POW's. one memorable piece was a gun from the movie Saving Private Ryan. if you are a Student of history or enjoy antique weapons be sure to check this out
  • Stumbled across this museum while at Crossville's monthly classic car show. The museum is almost directly across from the county courthouse. It has really interesting artifacts from local veteran. In particular, there were letters there from a POW that were wonderful to read. I learned from visiting the museum that Crossville was actually home to a POW site during WWII and that it used POW's to work on roads etc. The visit to the museum is free. Donations are accepted. It is a very small place, but fun to visit.