• A View of the Horseshoe Bend Battlefield.

    Horseshoe Bend

    National Military Park Alabama

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  • Tecumseh at Tuckabatchee

    The play has been rescheduled for Saturday April 26 at 6 PM. All tickets for the original performance date will be honored. More tickets are available at the park's visitor center between 9 AM and 4 PM daily.

Ranger Guided

Reservations are required for all programs and can be made at the Visitor Center or by calling (256) 234-7111.

Flintlock Musket Demonstration: An interpreter dressed as a regular soldier or militiaman demonstrates the firing of a black powder flintlock musket. (20 minutes)

Guided Tour of the Battlefield: An Interpreter leads your group on a tour of the battlefield using the 2.8-mile Nature/Battlefield Hiking Trail. This program cannot always be offered due to staffing limitations and cannot be arranged in conjunction with other programs. (2 hours)

Did You Know?

Soldiers of the 39th Infantry Charge the Barricade

On March 27, 1814, a deadly and decisive battle was waged at the Horseshoe Bend of the Tallapoosa River. Never before or since in the history of our country have so many Native Americans lost their lives in a single battle. More...