Andersonville National Historic Site is located in southwest Georgia. The park is approximately 12 miles north of Americus and 11 miles south of Montezuma on GA-49. No public transportation systems serve the park.
GPS and Navigational Devices
To reach the main entrance of the park please use the following address:
Please note that the Cemetery Gate entrance is to be used only for funerals and is kept closed.
From the north, via I-75
From the south, via I-75
From the Columbus area
From the Albany area
Did You Know?
A cell from the Hanoi Hilton (Vietnam War prison) has been re-constructed in the National Prisoner of War Museum. Known also as the Hoa Lo Prison, it was built by the French around 1900 to hold Vietnamese political prisoners. During the Vietnam War, the prison held United States servicemen who faced horrific conditions and torture while imprisoned there.