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Shiloh National Cemetery, Shiloh
(4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Many, many graves marked as unknown soldiers. My friends and I didn't realize just how many soldiers were buried here. 
  • A peaceful resting place, beautiful well maintained grounds. Many thoughts going through my mind as I walked past these rows and rows of the soldiers buried here. 
  • Shilo National Cemetery is on the edge of Shilo Park and was created in 1866. It is a sobering place, as is any military cemetery. It covers a 10 acre area and contains the remains of 3,584 Union sold...  more »
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  • Beautiful place with lots of history. My family and I enjoyed our drive thru and the park Rangers were nice to talk with.
  • Another Large Civil War Battlefield. The Iowa monument is one of those unique bare-breasted monuments. Shiloh Log cabin Replica and line of cannons in front of the "Hornets Nest". The Cannons on end are for Commanders who were killed in action.
  • Beautiful place to visit those who gave their best.
  • They have honored the fallen extremely well.
  • Shiloh is an amazing experience. The cemetery is simply part of it. Try to catch a tour if able.