Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

Fought on August 10, 1861, the Battle of Wilson’s Creek was a pivotal battle in Missouri and the second major battle of the Civil War. More than 2,500 Union and Confederate soldiers were killed, wounded or declared missing during the five hours of intense fighting. The visitor center (ADA compliant) at Wilson's Creek National Battlefield features a 27-minute film, a museum and changing exhibits. A five-mile, self-guided driving tour allows visitors to explore the battlefield at their own pace. Walking trails lead to various battle sites, including Bloody Hill, the Historic John Ray House and the Edwards Cabin. Anyone doing research on the Civil War in Missouri or the Trans-Mississippi Theater may email connie_langum@nps.gov for assistance.
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6424 W. Farm Road 182
Republic, MO 65738

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Open Year-round
Gift / Souvenir Shop
ADA Fully Compliant
Partially Wheelchair Accessible
Smoking Allowed Outdoors Only
All Ages
Biking / Walking Trails
Service Animals Welcome
Pets On Leash Allowed
Less Than $10
Cash
Reservations Not Required

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