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Historic Magee Farm

6222 Highway 45, Kushla, Mobile, AL 36613-9402
+1 251-675-1863
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This is a small place in BFE.

This would be cool place to go if you knew Civil War history and was into this type thing. Not... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2015
heidihh2015
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Mobile, Alabama
Closed and Appears "Out for the Count"

I pass this place everyday I go to work. It is closed and probably never will reopen. Built in... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2015
bamatrader
,
Leakesville, Mississippi
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Confederate General Richard Taylor surrendered here.
  • Excellent51%
  • Very good12%
  • Average25%
  • Poor12%
  • Terrible0%
28 Oct 2015
“This is a small place in BFE.”
25 Mar 2015
“Closed and Appears "Out for the Count"”
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6222 Highway 45, Kushla, Mobile, AL 36613-9402
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+1 251-675-1863
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Reviewed 28 October 2015

This would be cool place to go if you knew Civil War history and was into this type thing. Not much at a quick glance. I do understand it has historical value.

Thank heidihh2015
Reviewed 25 March 2015

I pass this place everyday I go to work. It is closed and probably never will reopen. Built in 1848, it is supposedly the sight where the last Confederate Surrender by General Taylor was negotiated. That is in dispute. It occurred in Citronelle Alabama north...More

Thank bamatrader
Reviewed 23 August 2012

I sure hope so; This is such an important part of our American heritage. Sites like this really need to be preserved.

2  Thank Tjoe J
Reviewed 9 July 2012

Historic Magee Farm/Last Appomattox was one of the BEST Civil War/Southern/Alabama History museums we had ever visited. However it has been sold and the artifacts were auctioned and sold. I spoke to an Antique dealer in Mobile and he was unsure of what happened to...More

4  Thank Archer324
Reviewed 21 November 2011

Actually went in 2009 and I heard it had closed. This is a wonderful place to see, experience and learn about our Southern heritage and history - especially the Civil War. A real treat for young and old.

2  Thank uphill69
Reviewed 20 July 2011

I took my grandson and my son, we are all civil war buffs, I also enjoyed this farm when the Tubbervills owned it, my mother and I picked blue berries for years and never knew the house was like it is. It is a great...More

1  Thank catlady1943
Reviewed 1 March 2010

We visited the farm this weekend when we first heard about it closing. The house has been altered in ways that are not accurate to the time. The plaster walls have either been torn down and replaced or covered completely with sheetrock which isn't a...More

1  Thank Chautauqua
Reviewed 24 September 2006

I volunteer at Magee Farms in Kushla,AL. We have something other Civil War homes don't have, we have all of the original furniture, the house has never been rebuilt, and we have the original receipts on the furniture. Every other Civil war home has been...More

7  Thank DixieGirl15
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