Corinth, MS - Civil War Itinerary
Tour Stop 1
Crossroads Museum at the Depot – Visit the site where the railroads crossed thrusting Corinth into the national spotlight in the 1860s and home to an impressive collection of local artifacts.
Tour Stop 2
Driving Tour of Civil War Corinth - Stops include the Corinth National Cemetery, the Contraband Camp, site of Battery Powell, Generals’ Headquarters, and Battery F.
Tour Stop 3
Lunch at Borroum’s Drug Store - A Confederate veteran opened in 1865 what is now Mississippi’s oldest, continuous family-operated drugstore. An old-fashioned soda fountain is a bonus with cherry cokes and chocolate shakes.
Tour Stop 4
Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center - No visit to Corinth would be complete without seeing the Interpretive Center, a National Park Service Site. The Center features videos of the Battles of Shiloh and Corinth and an educational water feature.
Tour Stop 5
Shiloh Battlefield - Just a short drive from Corinth, see the pivotal points of the Battle including the Hornet’s Nest, Peach Orchard, Bloody Pond and Pittsburg Landing.
Tour Stop 6
Return to Corinth and end the day at one of the several locally owned restaurants. Then stroll along the tree-lined streets or enjoy performances at the Corinth Theatre Arts, Pickin’on the Square, the Crossroads Arena or the Coliseum Civic Center (depending upon the date of the visit).
215 North Fillmore St
Corinth, MS 70090
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