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Andersonville National Historic Site and National Prisoner of War Museum

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地址: 496 Cemetery Road, Andersonville, GA 31711-4040
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Andersonville National Historic Site pays tribute to all American prisoners...

Andersonville National Historic Site pays tribute to all American prisoners of war. The park has three features: the National Prisoner of War Museum, the site of the Andersonville prison, and the Andersonville National Cemetery.The National Prisoner of War Museum commemorates the sacrifices of all American prisoners of war. Museum exhibits tell the story of prisoners of war using artifacts, visuals, text and oral history interviews with former prisoners of war. Two 30-minute introductory films alternate thoughout the day. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. A tour road encircles the Andersonville prison site; a self-guided driving tour is available. The Andersonville National Cemetery contains the graves of nearly 13,000 Union prisoners of war. The national cemetery is still active and contains over 20,000 interments.Most visitors spend at least two hours in the park. Those with an interest in the Civil War or military history could easily spend most of the day.

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We picked up the free/return when finished auto tour cd at the visitor center. It was great. It gave the history as you went along and instructed you to stop at certain points and listen to a bit longer explanation of the area. At these spots you could turn off the car and get out to explore on your own.... 更多 

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My daughter is not a history buff but she was moved by the experience of the National Prisoner of War Museum. To listen to the family survivors of those POW was quite somber and moving. The individual stories and multiple POW experiences from Korea to WWII-wow. Definitely a must for our younger generation.

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While this is a site on which thousands of American POWs died, at the hands of their fellow POWs, and their American captors, this site is much bigger than even that. This is the National POW museum. You will learn of Andersonville, and you can walk the site. You can see the fountain that sprung up after a massive amount... 更多 

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The Andersonville prison site is a somber reminder of what happens when a nation allows itself to be ripped apart by war. The small museum and guides/rangers were informative and welcoming. Those who work at this site seem particularly dedicated to the memories of those who were imprisoned or worked at the prison. They are respectful and compassionate. A visit... 更多 

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This historic site is worth a visit. We learned so much about the POW s from all the wars. This will make you appreciate what others have gave for our country. You do not have to agree with the cause of the war to understand the sacrifices of others. Be sure to take the time to watch the short video.

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We went for the living history weekend, which was very good in itself. The reenactors were very good, very helpful in explaining everything and kids definitely enjoyed their clothes, supplies and guns/ammunition. The scheduled activities were very good. We really like the women's talk about the 2 sides and the "But a Private in the Ranks". It is impressive to... 更多 

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I was glad that I decided to stay for 2 nights in Americus, because I spent a little over 4 hours at the Andersonville National Historic Site and National Prisoner of War Museum. I didn't know what to expect, but I learned about the what and why of Andersonville (and its ilk), as well as POWs in other wars. As... 更多 

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Andersonville was the site of a civil war prison camp. It was built to house 10,000 prisoners but had 32,000 at its peak. Over 13,000 prisoners (29%) of the 45,000 that were held here died. The cemetery is next door to the camp. A docent took us on a living history walk where we saw portions recreated - the stockade... 更多 

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I've visited several Cival War historical sites, the Andersonville National Historic Site is by far the best preserved site I've visited. As I understand, it never went back to farming, though really was cut out of the forest to begin, so never was farmland. It's been cared for by out government in various forms since the 1890s.

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We arrived close to closing time, so didn't go in the visitor's center or POW museum. We just drove around and saw everything. We also had 2 young-ish children with us, so that type visit was probably appropriate. This site definitely handles wells the horrific facts of what happened here, and the cemetery is awe-inspiring.

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