Experience the events of December 30, 1862 while located between the opposing armies.
Experience the site where some of the bloodiest fighting raged on the battlefield and see how the struggle here changed the tide of battle.
Explore the fields where the the desperate and deadly struggle for the Nashville Pike raged on the afternoon of December 31, 1862.
The Chicago Board of Trade Battery and Pioneer Brigade face their first test in battle at Stones River.
Col. William B. Hazen's Brigade stood its ground against four Confederate attacks helping to secure victory along the Nashville Pike.
Experience the bloody end to the Battle of Stones River that took place along the banks of its namesake waterway.
Learn about the final resting place of many of the Union soldiers that fought at the Battle of Stones River.
Last updated: May 7, 2020
3501 Old Nashville Highway