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One of the best historic sites I have ever visited. I personally like to take my time at each display and with this being an auto tour made that happen. Loved that there were signs at various places that told the story of the battle...More
Took an uber from Nashville. So worth it. Trails and wildflowers and history in a beautiful setting. The cemetery is also beautiful and serene and so we'll maintained. The national park service does such a wonderful job!
We spend our vacations visiting different Battlefields. If you are interested in the civil war and history you will enjoy this. I find it very interesting to see where these battles took place and to see some of the ground they had to endure. And...More
It was a very quiet day when I was there. No ranger talks or tours, not sure if they are ever offered. I found the 2 minute call ins at each tour stop very informative and made helped me make sense of what I was...More
What a great little gem the stones river battlefield national Park is! From the motor tour, hiking trails, as well as the visitor center, it’s a fine, free stop in Murfreesboro. You can always find a helpful and informative ranger inside. There’s also a nice...More
National Treasure, exhibition, artifacts including uniforms ,personal items, pictures, camp life.
The park headquarters has many things of historical importance and interest.
Great place where many of us locals walk our dogs, jog, and ride our bicycles.
The battle of Stones River near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, which began on the last day of 1862 and lasted for three days, doesn't attract the notoriety of more celebrated Civil War battles such as Gettysburg, Vicksburg and Antietam. But historians insist (1) it was one of...More