I visited this Museum after visiting the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick. It's a smaller version although it is definitely worth stopping into, especially if you don't have time to visit Frederick. The $3 suggested admission provides you access to two floors of the house as well as the barn which served as the hospital. When I visited in October 2012, there was a special exhibit which included photographs Alexander Gardner and his assistants took after the battle at Antietam. The photographs, although difficult to look at, were moving. This exhibit was accompanied by panels which described war photography from the Civil War through today and how it has affected the public's attitude towards these events. The woman who staffs the front desk was able to speak extensively about the house, history of the time and the exhibits themselves. This is definitely worth a visit if you are at Antietam.
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