Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park

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Facility:Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park
Description:The park includes three historic homes. Brotherton House marks the spot where the Union line was broken, Snodgrass House served as a Union field hospital, and Cravens House served as a Confederate field hospital.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:9 miles south of Chattanooga on US 27
Address 2:
City:Fort Oglethorpe
State/Province:TN
Zip Code:30742
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Open daily 8-4:45
Admission:
Telephone:(706) 866-9241
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
Anita, Co-op Member
This is a beautiful area full of teaching opportunities. You may take your own walking or driving tours here. It is also a wonderful place for biking or picnics as well. There is a museum area that has items from the civil war on display. There are some nice monuments and plaques that tell the significance of the area and pay tribute to the men who fought there.
Amanda, Co-op Member
We love this. We have had many living history lessons in this park. The kids love this. Free admission, plenty of space to run, play, picnic, and learn. This is also a great place for wildlife viewing and natural science. Many hiking trails and historical markers.
L. W., Co-op Member
This a great destination to learn more about the Civil War. You can take a walking tour or a driving tour plus tour the museum and visitor center. Great all the way around!
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