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Nazi POW's that is... yes, here in Crossville, TN there was a prisoner-of-war camp for captured German soldiers. The Military Memorial Museum tells the story aptly. There is a "ton" of history in this little museum. One can spend an hour or a day, and...More
My wife and I visited on a lark yesterday. We were greeted by an old gentleman who asked if we’d like to just look around or take the tour. We accepted his offer. My advise to all who venture there is to take the tour....More
We went with our son who is a history teacher and also is active Marine home on leave. This place is so full of history. The man who give us a tour was very interesting to listen to. I would go back again as there...More
Took my father in law there because he is a history buff and he loved it, the guy who was working there that day was very good answered all of the questions we asked of him my father in law talked about the Vist for...More
When you enter the small museum, you will be amazed at the artifacts and their stories. The museum tour guide will let you browse at will and answer any questions. He/she will point out interesting items with brief stories of their fame or infamy. Civil...More
We found this place quite by accident, but as the title says, it has an incredible collection of artifacts stretching back to the Civil War and before. The docents there are extremely knowledgeable and can give the history of the building and individual pieces housed...More
While in Crossville we decided to visit the Military Memorial Museum. Glad we did. I just wish I had my grandchildren with me so we could explore history together. Displays include personal items, letters, medals, and artifacts from the civil war, WWI, WWII, Crossville P.O.W....More
This was a wonderful place to visit. It had all the areas of the military from the civil war to today. Very well put together and the information is great. You can enjoy a tour or you can walk through yourself. If you have any...More
Also there is no admission charge, although there are free will donation boxes around the entrances. The personal are all volunteers. and the tour guides are the best, ours was ex military and had a lot of 1st hand... More
Also there is no admission charge, although there are free will donation boxes around the entrances. The personal are all volunteers. and the tour guides are the best, ours was ex military and had a lot of 1st hand experiences along with stories given to him by family members and actual people that were there when things happened.