We drive through Corinth a lot to visit family in Alabama, but this was my first time to stop at the Interpretive Center. We spent only an hour there because we had a long drive ahead of us, but we could have easily spent 2-3 hours there if we had read everything. The history presented didn't appear to be skewed to one side or another, probably because this museum is run by the National Parks Service. There were wall exhibits, two video "rooms", sculptures, an outdoor sculpture/water feature (that I didn't get to see up close because it was pouring), and a great gift shop. The history was in-depth and included many, many personal accounts. You really got a sense of what the battle was like by the time you were finished. I highly recommend the Interpretive Center.
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