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My husband is a history buff and our 10-year-old is becoming one. We visited here a few years back, I was disgusted with it, but after reading about improvements, I was willing to go with them again. I am by no means a history buff,...More
To begin, we ran through the pouring rain to get there....hoping for a paper towel or napkin to dry off when we arrived. Instead of a greeting, the employee places a "wet floor" sign in front of us. We were however promptly informed that ponchos...More
The presentation was informative especially for non Civil War History buffs, but is over priced for what you get. The people were very nice but overall I would not recommend. Save your money and go to the National Park's "Point Park" next door.
Short history of the three battles. It didn't appear the map was totally in operation. In any event if you are used to some of the NPS ones of these like Fredericksburg or Kennesaw Mtn, this will be a HUGE disappointment
I bought the tickets as a combo at rock city so I only saw the battles of Chattanooga and missed the part of the film. Was a huge waste of money for just under 30 minute movie and gift shop. I enjoy museums and history...More
Battles for Chattanooga Electric Map and Museum is located on top of Lookout Mountain across the street from the entrance to Point Park. It is NOT affiliated with the National Park Service who has a visitors center next door for Point Park as part of...More
This is a very informative way to actually have the battle brought to life, The front is the gift store and you would pay to see the diorama and the movie.
For those who consider it a over rated and overly priced venue, my suggestion...More
This was very expensive for what it was, but provided a good visual history lesson for my family of the importance this area played in the Civil War. I would recommend the free visitors center next door but it is not very well marked. The...More