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Serving as the hub of historical information for the area, the Crossroads Museum invites visitors to view its permanent exhibits dealing with Civil War, Railroad, Aviation, Business/Industry and Pre-History/Archeology. Spend time in the adjacent...more
The museum is small but well worth the price. Plan to spend some time as there is lots of information about Corinth's history, it's role in the Civil War, and some cool info about trains. I went for one exhibit and was super pleased with...More
The Crossroads Museum is a nice hidden gem in Corinth with a lot of history about the area. The lady on staff was very knowledgeable about Corinth. I especially liked the display of corny train jokes. It is also a great place to watch the...More
I had two see where my GG Grandfather fought battles in Corinth & Shiloh. I had two see how much importance the two crossroads were. There was plenty of information & visuals. The lady there was very nice and answered every question.
This museum was small but had a bit of everything. There were trains, civil war, and fossils. The view of the tracks was up close and personal. There is one car in the yard to be explored as well. It was also reasonably priced. The...More
The Crossroads Museum tells the history of the place - the intersection of the two important railroads - was the cause of the war. A very nice museum which also included Coke products and major league baseball memorabilia. Well worth the visit.
"The Crossroads Museum is at 221 N. Fillmore St in Corinth. The street signs in Corinth are not easy to find at all intersections, so just put this address into your GPS and let it take you there.
It is a small museum, but worth...More
Came into town on a Sunday later afternoon and made it to the museum at 3:30. They close on Sundays at 4, but they said to stay as long as we wanted. Interesting add on was the Coca Cola room with plenty of memorabilia.