Shiloh Battlefield Visitor Center to Close for Remodeling
On October 27, Shiloh Battlefield's Visitor Center will close for remodeling. The work will take two to three weeks to complete. Visitors will be able to view the park movie and receive assistance from rangers in a tent erected next to the park bookstore. More »
Shiloh National Military Park has a 12.7 mile paved road for touring the park by private vehicle. The 20 stops along the tour route are highlighted with wayside exhibits, many of which are accessible on paths and grass surfaces.
Shiloh Battlefield Driving Tour: Audio CDs are available in the park bookstore located across the parking lot from the Visitor Center. Free brochures containing the driving tour map are available in the Visitor Center.
Designated handicapped parking is available at the Shiloh Battlefield Visitor Center, the Shiloh Indian Mound Complex, and the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center.
The Shiloh National Cemetery has a brick sidewalk that provides access to tour the cemetery.
Wheelchairs are available for loan at the Shiloh Battlefield Visitor Center and the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center.
Did You Know?
Although Tennessee was a Confederate state, a Federal army at Shiloh was named the Army of the Tennessee. Union forces mostly named their armies after rivers. Confederates named their armies after geographical locations.