While we were looking forward to the visit, we had no idea how great the impact would be of being there in person. We had originally planned about a 2-3 hour visit, but that turned in to 5 hours and we could have spent another hour, easy. You will definitely want to take in one of the presentations by the rangers, see the short film, and walk the path through the battlefield. The rangers give an insightful talk that is informative in ways you would not have imagined (like the politics of the day, and how it contributed to the events in the area), and they do a great job of being realistic and non-partisan.
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