The visitor center has a small exhibition. I expected more artifacts, but they had very few. There are a few pristine uniforms and weapons on display, but the only artifacts that came from the actual site are a few that are part of a "do not remove artifacts from the park" display. Most of the exhibition, at least on the day that I was there, had a serious lighting problem- the whole exhibit was dimly lit and many of the displays had writing that was hard, or impossible, to read. There is a lot of history written up for the displays, but not much else. Kind of disappointing.
On the other hand, the hike to the top of the mountain is pleasant and provides interesting views of the area, with downtown Atlanta off in the distance. It is worth it to go all the way to the top of the mountain, where there are some cannon and dramatic views of the battlefield.
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