Exhibits, film and the exhibit, which interprets the Battle of Brice’s Crossroads fought June 10, 1864 and the Battle of Harrisburg/Old Town Creek fought July 13-15, 1864, is available to visitors for a $5 fee for adults. Children under 7 years old are admitted free.
These two battles are the focus of new indoor and outdoor exhibits at the former Brice’s Crossroads Visitor’s and Interpretive Center and at both battlefields. Visitors can now enjoy a complete look at the Civil War that will include a civil war timeline, a memorial and remembrance wall, an exhibit outlining “Mississippi in the Civil War”, army definitions, and a complete story of Brice’s Crossroads and Harrisburg-Old Town Creek battles. The exhibit is housed in 4000 sq. ft. interpretive center complete with restrooms, bookstore, flag exhibit, video and exhibit area, and a conference room.
Tuesday-Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday and Monday, Closed
Director: Edwina Carpenter, firstname.lastname@example.org