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Now controlled by a local board, this museum has a fairly balanced presentation of the Battle of Brice's Crossroads, for which the museum serves as the visitor center. There's an interesting 17-munute film featuring historian Shelby Foote describing the generalship of Nathan Bedford Forest, a...More
The facility had a great display depicting the Last Stand of Mississippi.
Quality displays and extremely informative.
A gift shop that sells books and souvenir items of civil war.
They having meeting rooms and a video room for visitors.
We visited this center at opening in the morning. Cost was $5.00 per person, which was barely worth it. Good a/c and nice bathrooms. My ticket shows Mississippi's Final Stands Visitor and Interpretive Center. The "film" was pretty low tech, to say the least. There...More
Visitor Center for Brice's Crossroads Battlefield is a bit different compared to more common National Park Service operated facilities. This center is operated by the Mississippi Final Stands Civil War Board. On the surface, this should mean very little, but unfortunately, in this case it...More
Nice little museum with some interesting pieces of history. Clean building, and the security guy was super nice and cool to visit with. The lady that was there before we left wasn't really interested in a few questions We had about local history and our...More
This is now known as the Mississippi Last Stand Visitor Center and is focused on Brice's Cross Roads and Tupelo battles of the Civil War. It has some great info on the both battles especially Brice's Cross Roads. It is worth the trip up from...More
This facility is now called Mississippi's Final Stand Visitor Center and it interprets both Brice's Cross Roads and the Battle of Harrisburg (Tupelo). The exhibits are professional and there is a good video. The staff is competent and friendly and here is the place to...More
My son, grandson and I visited on a cold and drizzly day. When we arrived we found a gentleman there to great us who was just full of helpful information. We were on a family history exploration trip and he was able to point us...More
The visitors center is small but well staffed by folks knowledgeable about the area and the battles of Brices Crossroads and Tupelo. The site offers a well done video narrated by Ed Bearss and Shelby Foote and an electric map as well as other artifacts....More