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    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 »

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Shiloh Battlefield Visitor Center

Open All Year 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

1055 Pittsburg Landing Road
Shiloh, TN 38376

(731) 689-5696

Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.

Special Programs:
Special programs will be held Memorial Day weekend with a cemetery service on Memorial Day in the Shiloh National Cemetery. Ranger led programs are conducted on the battlefield sites from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Our park Visitor Center includes artifact exhibits from the Shiloh battlefield and the award-winning interpretive film Shiloh: Fiery Trial which is shown every hour beginning at 8:00 a.m. with the last showing at 4:00 p.m.

Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center

Open All Year 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

(662) 287-9273

Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center 501 West Linden Street Corinth, Mississippi 38834

Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.

The Center traces the story of Corinth in the Civil War from secession through Reconstruction. It includes two state-of-the-art films on Shiloh and Corinth, plus interactive interpretive exhibits and stunning bronze work. The new park movie Corinth: A Town Amidst War is shown every half-hour in the Center's auditorium.

Available Facilities:
The Center contains a 15,000 square foot facility with an auditorium, research room, exhibit space, and a commemorative courtyard with a water feature that interprets one hundred years of United States history.

Did You Know?

Henry Morton Stanley

Before Henry Morton Stanley discovered Dr. David Livingstone in Africa ("Dr. Livingstone, I presume"), he was a Confederate infantryman at the Battle of Shiloh. He was captured by the Federals at the battle.