150th Anniversary First Saturday Programs-May 3, 2014
Park staff and volunteers explore the experience of confinement at Andersonville


Help Build Replica Prisoner Shelters at Andersonville for "Park Day"


Spring Decoration Policy Changes at Andersonville National Cemetery


Tourism to Andersonville National Historic Site creates $6,612,500.00 in Economic Benefit

April First Saturday Programs at Andersonville
Commemorating the 150th anniversary of Andersonville Prison


Andersonville - National Park Service News  Living History Weekend at Andersonville National Historic Site
Explore the prisoner experience at Andersonville during the 150th Anniversary


Prisoner of War Museum to Host Program on Hawaiians in the Civil War


Prisoner of War Museum to Host Book Signing with Vietnam POW Bill Robinson


Andersonville National Historic Site to Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Andersonville Prison and the Experiences of Civil War Prisoners of War.


2014 Prisoner of War Research Grant Program Announced


Come visit us at the museum and see all the changes/additions.


Some eighty thousand tourists annually visit the Civil War village of Andersonville. All are informed of other attractions in the area. Complimentary step-on tour guides are provided for Motor Coach groups. Annually more than 350 Motor Coach and school groups receive this service.

The Civil War Village of Andersonville, Georgia is located just off Georgia Highway 49  between Americus and Oglethorpe and is some 21 miles northeast of Plains.

The railroad terminal at Andersonville was the arrival point for 45,000 Federal prisoners destined for incarceration at Camp Sumter also known as the Andersonville Civil War Prison. Prisoners were marched the quarter mile from the depot to the prison.

After becoming the supply center for the prison, Andersonville was also the location for the office of Captain Henry Wirz, keeper of Andersonville Prison.

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The City Offices and Welcome Center are located in the old train depot. There is also a museum that holds many interesting things from the Civil War and from that era.

There are many sights to see in Andersonville. There are five interesting antique, craft and curiosity shops. The Wirz Monument that stands in the center of town reminds us of the many hardships that are faced during war. The log cabin church is a wonderful place to hold weddings. Andersonville also boasts a seven acre pioneer farm which depicts what life was like on a one man farm of the mid 1800s. On the main street of Andersonville is the Drummer Boy Museum which the Editor of Blue and Gray Magazine says is the best Civil War museum under one roof anywhere in the United States. We are open and ready to greet tour groups 364 days a year, every day but Christmas.

For further information call 229-924-2558 or

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Photos on this page are from various Historic Fair days or other events.

A very good resource of information on the Andersonville Civil War Prison can be found at Kevin Frye's site. Click here to visit the site.

 

 



 

   
 

 

 

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