Special Program: "The Road To Andersonville"

Drawing showing military prison

The Andersonville Prison, seen from headquarters

Library of Congress

Join a park ranger on a guided walk following in the footsteps of the 45,000 United States soldiers who entered into Andersonville prison from 1864-1865. This tour will include an expanded look at the massive military complex that constituted the prison, while visitors explore the history through the eyes of the men held captive here.

The tour begins at the National Prisoner of War Museum at Andersonville National Historic Site and lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes. The tour starts promptly at 10:00 am. Although this is a free tour, it is ticketed. Please obtain tickets before you arrive to guarantee a seat on the trolley.

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