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Dewayne P wrote a review Jul 2020
Elizabethtown, Kentucky961 contributions149 helpful votes
This museum is positioned next to the crossroad rail tracks critical during the Civil War. There is parking on site and a nominal fee to visit. There are artifacts from all spans of history from Corinth from fossils to Native Americans to railroad to Civil War. There is even some exhibits about local heroes who played MLB and NFL. It is definitely worth going if you are in town.…
Date of experience: July 2020
GopherRVing@att.net wrote a review Jul 2019
8 contributions2 helpful votes
The history of Corinth having 3 different rail lines coming thru town is neat and 2 of them litterally crossed rail lines! Our favorite exhibit was of hometown 'boy' Don Blasingame. He was born and raised in Corinth and went on to have a great career in major league baseball. What made him special was that he and his family lived next door to my husband when he was in the 3rd grade and when Don was home, he would play catch with a baseball loving young boy. Well worth our time and the reasonable admission. Senior citizens get a discount.…
Date of experience: June 2019
Jo K wrote a review Jan 2019
Pleasant View, Tennessee53 contributions13 helpful votes
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 the entire museum.
Date of experience: January 2019
valtony1977 wrote a review Aug 2018
Rockport, Texas24 contributions2 helpful votes
We are amazed at the historic feel to this place. Actually able to lay down and take pictures at the crossroads.
Date of experience: September 2017
akt85 wrote a review Aug 2018
Madison, Alabama139 contributions27 helpful votes
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 trains go by.
Date of experience: July 2018