Museums in Andersonville, GA

Find museums in Andersonville, GA. Listings include Andersonville National Historic Site, Andersonville Civil War Village, The Drummer Boy Civil War Museum and Andersonville Guild. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 05/10/21
    We have bus tours coming in today Monday, May 10th, so we will be closing at 2:15 today.
    > The Drummer Boy Civil War Museum
  • 04/17/21
    Born in Pennsylvania on February 14, 1842, Ezra Ripple worked as a tavern owner and pharmacist before the war. He joined the 52nd Pennsylvania Infantry in April of 1864. Due to his poor eyesight he wa...
    > Andersonville National Historic Site
  • 04/13/21
    Phone lines at the National Prisoner of War Museum are currently down. Please call 229–924-0343 ext. 115 for general information.
    > Andersonville National Historic Site
  • 04/13/21
    The first female POW since World War II was Army Transportation Specialist Melissa Rathbun-Nealy. During the Persian Gulf War, she was assigned to the 233rd Transportation Company. On January 30, 199...
    > Andersonville National Historic Site
  • 04/09/21
    Twenty-three years ago, The National Prisoner of War Museum at Andersonville National Historic Site was dedicated on April 9, 1998 to all American Prisoners of War who have served their country with d...
    > Andersonville National Historic Site