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Currahee Military Museum, Toccoa

Categories: Military Museums, History Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • The Currahee Military Museum is located in the old depot and is part of the Stephens County Historical Museum. The museum is amazing....well organized, exhibits nicely displayed with explanations easi...  read more »
  • I've been twice with my family. We all loved it. The exhibits were very interesting and the history was very thorough. 
  • I'm one of the team that was involved in the relocation of the stables from Aldbourne, Wiltshire, England, to its current location in Toccoa, GA. The museum that houses the stables really is a gem and...  read more »
  • Going to Toccoa was on my bucket list. I've read and watched everything I could about the Airborne. Especially the 506th Toccoa men. Seeing the stuff inside the museum topped with going up CURAHEE with my family. Experience I'll never forget. Can't wait to come back.
  • A must see if you are a fan of WWII history. Run/Walk the nearby Currahee "Sink" memorial trail. Kids will enjoy it too!
  • Was there 1 June 13. Ran Currahee and then visited the museum. I and my family were very pleased with the museum. I recommend this as part of a bucket list for people to see especially if you have seen the "Band of Brothers. Looking forward to running Currahee next year. bob
  • You need some signs pointing you to the museum!! I drove out to Toccoa from I-85 hoping to visit the museum on my way back to South Carolina from Atlanta, but instead ended up taking a VERY frustrating tour of your little town. I'm sure your place is nice, but USELESS if you cannot find it. I and my wife are sorely disappointed today.
  • We visited the museum in July on the way from S.C. to our summer home in N.C. and again in September with the Stephen Ambros "Band of Brothers" tour. Your museum is very well done and you should be proud of the way you have preserved the 101st Airborne historical artifacts. On our tour we visited the Utah Beach Museum in France and while it is biggger than Currahee it doesn't reprsent the 101st Airborne as well. We will return often on uor trips from Florida to our home in the mountaiss. Bill M.
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