Battle of Tunnel Hill Civil War Reenactment

Visitors will enjoy a weekend of civil war reenactments, tours of the Historic Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel, Tunnel Museum, "Meadowlawn," the 1850 Clisby Austin House - headquarters of General William T. Sherman, as well as various food vendors and period sutler tents. Interact with the reactors, visit their camps, then find your spot along the spector line to watch the battle unfold at 2:00pm each day!

Weekend after Labor Day each September

Location

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Latitude: 34.8392383 Longitude: -85.0425053 Elevation: 823 ft
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Ty Snyder

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Admission Fee (if any)

$5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 12 and under (museum free with paid reenactment entry)

Ages Festival is Appropriate For

All ages

ADA Accessibility Notes

The museum is equipped with handicap restroom facilities; parking available; there is a lot of walking, both on pavement and on the ground.

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs must be on a leash at all time; while they are welcome, it's not recommended due to the loud noise of the battle (cannons and gun fire)

How to Get There

I-75 Exit 341 then 1.5 miles south on GA Hwy 201; follow the signs.

Comments

I would love to come see this! My great great grandfather, John Whitley fought in the civil war. He also was a drummer in the band.

Twyla Whitley, 11/17/2014

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