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|Landmarks & Historical Buildings|Andersonville, GA 31711

760 POW Rd, Andersonville, GA 31711

(229) 924-0343

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The Andersonville National Historic Site is a vivid reminder of human rights violation during the American Civil War. It preserves the Camp Sumter or Andersonville Prison, a camp for prisoners of war. Built in 1864, it features on the National Register of Historic Places. This 514-acre (208-hectare) site also comprises of a museum and cemetery that makes for a reflective visit.

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Burton K Harper on Facebook

8 months ago

12/13/2020, 07:59 AM
Ranger who talked 12/13.👍
Sharon Talley on Facebook

8 months ago

12/07/2020, 10:27 AM
I can’t say enough about this place. If you love history, this is a place you shouldn’t miss. And the cemetery is incredible.
Susan Leonardi on Facebook

8 months ago

12/06/2020, 00:55 AM
such a peaceful and so love the monuments ...the history is so very interesting.
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Daniella Negrete on Facebook

9 months ago

11/06/2020, 00:44 AM
amazing site. friendly informative workers.
Scott Kuehl on Facebook

9 months ago

10/26/2020, 10:59 AM
Very peaceful. Former walls well marked for perspective. Partially reconstructed walls a plus. Very clean with beautiful monuments.
Jeff Hintz on Facebook

9 months ago

10/25/2020, 09:55 AM
it's so hard to imagine what people here went through
Roberta Poulos on Facebook

9 months ago

10/16/2020, 06:36 AM
The history, it’s a part of America. It’s a solemn place.
Joy N Wade Nelson on Facebook

10 months ago

10/08/2020, 12:27 PM
The entire park is rich in history
Jeff Batt on Facebook

10 months ago

09/26/2020, 04:17 AM
very interesting but sad at the same time on how the confederates treated union POWs . I am upset that being from New York. museum was closed do too virus bs
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