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The second largest Civil War battle in Kentucky, the Battle of Richmond was one of the most decisive and complete Confederate victories in the entire war. The visitor's center was constructed around 1811 by Adam Rogers, and was his family’s home during the Battle of...More
If you are anywhere near this area, don't just pass this by. When my children were younger, I wish I had known about this place. As a Northerner, I really never understood much about the Civil War, but a visit to Charleston, SC and our...More
We found this visitors center on the Battle of Richmond and the Civil War overall to be very informative. The gentleman at the the center was very knowledgeable. He shared additional historic tidbits that helped to flesh out more the stories of some of the...More
The last weekend in August the battlefield does their annual reenactment. It was hot but they had a good turnout of reenactors and visitors. This battlefield park is a big visitor attraction for Richmond. It brings in people not only during the reenactment but at...More
The visitors center was once a home that just happened to lay witness to the battle that raged nearby. The house was used a field hospital, and the upper floor rooms still bear blood stains on it's wooden floors. A great place to visit, particularly...More
What a well presented place. The curator Philip was very accommodating. The video's were very interesting and helped me understand how the Civil War played out for the 4 years it ran. great exhibits of uniforms, bullets, and other paraphernalia used during the civil war....More
Can't give a fair rating of this attraction as it is not open on Sunday. The Visitor Information Center in Richmond is also closed on SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, or we may have realized that this was the case, wasted our time visiting both sites. What...More