Battlefields & Forts
Stand where more than 23,000 soldiers lost their lives, in Shiloh National Military Park. Take a tour of Forts Donelson and Henry, each of which proved incredibly helpful to the Union cause. A stop at Fort Loudon introduces you to the first British settlement in Tennessee, while Chickamauga National Military Park represents the last major confederate victory of the Civil War. Visit one or all of Tennessee's battlefields and forts while gaining a new understanding of the events that helped shape the state and the country.
They have a wonderful area for enjoying a trip to see the history of the Battle at Shiloh National Military Park. Everyone is welcome and they truly enjoy all the visitors. ...more
Belle Meade Plantation
Once one of the largest private estates in Nashville encompassing 5,400 acres and home to five generations of the Harding-Jackson family, Belle Meade Plantation today is a 30-acre historic site 6 miles west of Nashville. Before the Civil War, Belle Meade flourished; today bullets from the Battle of Nashville scar the house, used as Confederate Gen. ...more
Blountville Cemetery & Battlefield
This is where Union forces stood as they attacked Blountville on September 22, 1863, during a campaign to control the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. The railroad running through this section was the chief means of communication, travel and supply for the South. ...more