Andersonville National Historic Site preserves the historic landscape of Camp Sumter Military Prison and is home to Andersonville National Cemetery and the National Prisoner of War Museum.
These photo galleries document the landscape and facilities of the park, as well as special events. Additionally, historic images of the site are available as well. Each of these photos is available to download for public use, and credit information is given for each image.
Did You Know?
The site of Andersonville prison was owned by both the Grand Army of the Republic and the Woman’s Relief Corp before being transferred to the federal government in 1910. The prison site was administered, along with Andersonville National Cemetery, by the Department of the Army until 1971.