My husband and I were looking for anything civil war related and decided to stop here and enjoyed our talk with the curator of the museum. He was very knowledgeable and explained why some things this museum are known for aren't historically accurate items that he double checks things and I appreciate his honesty and learned about these processes. Yes it's small but it has a lot to offer tourists. Learned about the mission of the Grand Army and the woman who work in the organization now and the good they do for soldiers and the cemetery dead. It wouldn't take long to visit and it's across the street from popular sites
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