The museum and the Confederate White House share a reception area in the Museum.
On one hand I strongly recommend taking a tour of the Confederate White House. The home of President Jefferson Davis is worth touring. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and the whole place "oozes with wonderful history".
On the other hand, next door is the Museum of the Confederacy. As I discovered it is one of two (the other being at Appomattox). Personally, I was disappointed by the lack of interesting objects. It was a quick stop and whether it has the value worthy of the entrance fee, frankly I couldn't decide. In ways I was disappointed. Interesting for young kids, no.
Lastly, don't forget to get your parking receipt validated. Parking is shared and it can be hard to find a spot. Validation saves you the parking fees.
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