this is a Corinth, railroad and Coca-Cola museum. limited exhibits, written history of Corinth, lots for Coke fans to look at.
Has some very interesting dioramas from the civil war era as well as some artifacts but it is not cetered around the significance of the location from a war perspective. You can see the crossroad from the museum if like me your interest is the civil war connection but as it is still an active railway you can't go out... More
We enjoyed this museum. It has so much to see. It is an old place and they don't have one item displayed but hundreds. So many museum now spend a fortune to display an item. This is a smorgasboard of old relics.
As a part of the Shiloh National Historic Park in Tennessee, this southerly located section in Mississippi is sometimes over-looked. The Corinth Crossroads were a very strategic location for both the North and South forces. The Interpretive Center is outstanding.
Even better was the reduced rate as some of the rooms were closed due to the set up of the new Coca-Cola museum exhibits. (They are moving in due to flooding damaging their building.) The room was filled with simple, but interesting information on the area, how and why the railroad (the crossroads) was so important and some local people... More
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