Gordon Lee Mansion

The Gordon-Lee Mansion is an antebellum plantation house, set on seven acres, furnished in the atmosphere of early Southern aristocracy. It's the only structure left standing that was used by both Union and Confederate armies during the Battle of Chickamauga in the American Civil War. This house served as Union Headquarters prior to the battle, seven division hospitals during the battle, and a Confederate hospital after the battle.

Visit the log cabin on site to view the introductory film.

Group tours may arrange for lunch or dinner on site.

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Latitude: 34.8720245 Longitude: -85.2952766 Elevation: 775 ft
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Hours Open

Mansion open every Saturday 11:00am - 3:00pm Memorial Day (May) thru Labor Day (Sep). The Log Cabin theater next to the Mansion is open Tue-Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm.

Time Period Represented


Seasons Open

Memorial Day (May) - Labor Day (Sep) for general public; groups anytime by appointment

Visitor Fees


ADA Accessibility Notes

Grounds are accessible but the historic mansion isn't.

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets.

How to Get There

I-75, Exit 350 (Battlefield Parkway/GA Hwy 2) - Take Hwy 2 west to US Hwy 27 south toward Chickamauga.  Turn right onto Lee-Gordon Mill Road, then left onto Crittenden Ave, right on W. 10th Street, then left onto Cove Road at the traffic light in historic downtown Chickamauga.  Go approximately one block, entrance to the Mansion is on the right.

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