Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum110 Votes Currently Closed
Right at the entrance to the historic Point Park, this dramatic museum is located. It is perfect starting point to start your tour into the Civil War sites. The striking 3D electronic battle map presentation of the history of Civil War showcase miniature model of soldiers, lights, sound effects and many other important battles that were fought in this region. Take a look into the collection of weapon and relics preserved in the museum. The collection gives you a lot of information about the wars. If you wish to know some more information, visit the bookstore.
In a whole, the tour let you experience the battle scenes as they were fought nearly 130 years ago.
Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum Travel Tips
- The museum is handicapped accessible.
Entrance Ticket Details For Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum
- Children (5-12 years) : $6
- Children (age 4 & under) : free
Group rates (minimum 15 people)
- Adult : $5.50 , Children : $3.50
- Students : $2.75 , Chaperones : $5.50
Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum Hours
- Summer timings : 9 am - 6 pm
- Rest of the year : 10 am – 5 pm
How to Reach Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum
- By car: From Atlanta Gorgia I-75 North, from Knoxville Tennessee I-75 South, from Alabama I-59 & Nashville, from Downtown Chattanooga.
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8.17% of people who visit Chattanooga include Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
34.48% of people start their Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum
Battles For Chattanooga Electric Map And Museum Reviews & Ratings
Cool experience...... purchased this as an add on at rock city so was not sure what to expect. Thoroughly surprised because it was a show using digital projection. The digital panoramic display allowed us to visualize Chattanooga's civil war history.
Great viewing for civil war buffs and interested visitors. Plenty to see and well organised. Staff friendly and helpful.
WARNING, very deceptive photographs. This shop has nothing to do with point park! We bought tickets, only to be turned away from the park. The pictures associated with this location are from the national park (Point Park) next door. We had to drive all the way across town to get a refund on our tickets. So mad about the falsity of the location, that we never went to make a review on what they have inside. Save your money and watch a history channel special about civil war battles around Chattanooga. Entrance fees to point park, with hiking trails and all, were $7 per adult. Kids were free and the views were spectacular.
This was an amazing place with helpful staff and museum docents. A multi media diorama presentation gave an overview of the rest of the exhibits. The national park guides were so friendly and genuinely interested in helping visitors get the most out of their experience. It was a beautiful sunny day for enjoying the walking trail sights and sounds. Two thumbs up!!
Really great, breathtaking view. Enjoyed a bit of history I didn't know.