AAA Editor Notes
Andersonville Civil War Village, .2 mi. e. on SR 49, is a restored village that once was the point of disembarkation for Civil War prisoners on their way to Andersonville, the Confederate prison. A self-guiding walking tour of the village begins at the welcome center located in the Drummer Boy Civil War Museum. Highlights include a pioneer farm and a 1927 log church. The museum displays Civil War uniforms and an Andersonville diorama.
Picnicking is permitted. Food is available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.