Park Fun

A boy with a wooden musket practices rifle drill with a Civil War soldier.
Practicing rifle drill at the Confederate guard camp during a living history weekend.

NPS/Eric Leonard


While much of the story of Andersonville and prisoners of war is a somber subject, there are numerous ways to extend a visit and find more meaning in the resources of the park.

  • Numerous opportunities await visiting scout groups.
  • Would you like to find out more about why Clara Barton visited Andersonville after the Civil War? Visit the Clara Barton page on our website.
  • Civil War to Civil Rights Trading Cards provide a unique way to learn more about the stories found at Andersonville.

Last updated: April 24, 2019

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Mailing Address:

Andersonville National Cemetery
National Prisoner of War Museum
496 Cemetery Road

Andersonville, GA 31711


(229) 924-0343

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