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  3. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park

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  1. Tours

    Car Caravan Tours: Ranger-led car caravan tours are offered on Saturdays and Sundays, at 10 am and at 2 pm. Join a park ranger for a 90 minute to 2 hour car caravan tour of the battlefield. Car caravan tours provide a basic overview of the battle and typically last around two hours and begin at the Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center. You ...

  2. Tour the Chickamauga Battlefield in One Day

    Start at the Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center: Find out what Ranger Programs are scheduled for that day. Tour the Visitor Center exhibit. Tour the Battlefield. You have several options: Take the 7-hour self-guided auto tour. Hike one of the 5 designated battlefield trails.

  3. Chickamauga Battlefield

    Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center . NPS Photo. Touring the Battlefield . Many visitors tour the battlefield utilizing the park's self-guided cell phone tour. At eight locations around the battlefield, visitors can call in and listen to a recorded narration of the battle action. Information about the cell phone tour can be found in the park ...

  4. Visitor Centers

    Point Park (Lookout Mountain Battlefield) Entrance Fee - Per Person - $10.00. An entry fee is charged per person, ages 16 and older, ages 15 and under enter the park for free. The entrance ticket covers the number of individuals entering Point Park and is valid for 7 days from the time of purchase. Entrance tickets must be purchased at the fee ...

  5. Visit Chickamauga Battlefield

    Chickamauga Battlefield. See It Now! Located in the northwest corner of Georgia at the foot of Lookout Mountain, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park offers visitors beautiful landscapes in the midst of a well-preserved battlefield. Chickamauga's numerous monuments and markers, driving tours and trails, and observation towers make ...

  6. Chickamauga and Chattanooga NMP

    The Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center is generally open from 8:30 AM to 5 PM, but always check the National Park Service's official Operating Hours and Seasons web page for the park before making your travel plans. The grounds of the park are open from dawn to dusk. The park is only closed on Christmas and New Year's days.

  7. Tours Offered

    Chickamauga and/or Chattanooga Two-Day Tour—For Civil War Round Tables or Study Groups who want to immerse themselves in detailed study. Two Full Days. Longstreet's Breakthrough at Chickamauga Walking Tour (3 miles) Half Day Tour. The Fight for Snodgrass Hill Walking Tour (2.2 miles—some moderate hills) Half Day Tour.

  8. Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park

    This heritage site is a part of the American Battlefield Trust's Road to Freedom: Tennessee Tour Guide app, which showcases sites integral to the Black experience during the Civil War era. Download the FREE app now. Silas Chandler was an enslaved body servant in the 44th Mississippi Infantry Regiment and helped save his owner's leg from amputation following the Battle of Chickamauga.

  9. White Star Battlefield Tours

    Cravens House closes at 5:00 p.m. Contact Lookout Mountain Battlefield Visitor Center at 423-821-7786 for additional information. The Wilder Brigade Monument at Chickamauga Battlefield, U.S. Highway 27 Picnic Area, and Signal Point restrooms are closed December 1 through March 15 every year due to weather conditions.

  10. 160th Anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga Ranger-Guided Tours

    Monday, September 18. 10 am - A Stand Along Pea Vine Ridge. Location: Meet at the Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center; Approximately 900 men of US Colonel Robert Minty's Cavalry brigade successfully held off about 5,000 Confederates in a delaying action that one historian claimed was as important as that of General John Buford at Gettysburg, on July 1, 1863.

  11. Tour guide

    National Park Service Visitor Centers are located at the Chickamauga Battlefield and at Point Park atop Lookout Mountain. Tours can be designed for individuals, families, or groups of any size. With over two decades of experience, I can tailor a tour to meet your needs—from a novice just learning about the battle, to the knowledgeable Civil ...

  12. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park

    The tour departs at 2 PM and lasts approximately two hours. The way it works is that you follow the park Ranger in your own car. Be sure to sign up at the Chickamauga Visitor Center, because it takes at least four adult participants to hold the tour. There are also Special Topic Tours held each day at 11 AM.

  13. FAQs

    We will use the Visitor Center at Chickamauga or Lookout Mountain as our meeting point. All information about your tour will be sent to you by email. You will be able to visit the Visitor Center before your tour. ... Chickamauga Battlefield Tours. Robert Carter- Guide. [email protected] (678) 372-5441. bottom of page ...

  14. Plan Your Visit

    Mailing Address: 3370 LaFayette Road. Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742. 706-866-9241. Plan Your Visit.

  15. A Guided Tour of the Chickamauga Battlefield

    Chickamauga Driving Tour. Jump in the car with author and historian Dave Powell for a full tour of Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park, as well as the Chattanooga National Cemetery. We visit all of the pivotal locations including Alexander's Bridge, Brotherton Cabin, Snodgrass Hill and more.

  16. Chickamauga Battlefield Bike Tours

    These free tours begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center and last approximately 2 hours. Ride distance is typically three to four miles on flat to gently rolling terrain. The rides are considered beginner friendly and are appropriate for adults, and children ages eight and older when accompanied by an adult.

  17. About the Guide

    Besides guiding visitors around the battlefield, he serves as a National Park Service Volunteer: working at the Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center, giving lectures, leading tours, and doing research in the park archives for both visitors and authors. ... Chickamauga Battlefield Tours. Robert Carter- Guide. [email protected] (678) 372-5441.

  18. Chickamauga Battlefield

    Before riding, please stop by the park's Visitors Center for information and a trail map. Biking. Chickamauga Battlefield offers several road cycling options for families and adults. The National Park's self-guided Auto Tour runs over roads with speed limits of 20-35 mph.

  19. Tour Chattanooga Battlefield in One Day

    A Civil War itinerary with all the key sites. If you have one day for your trip, spend it exploring the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and the nearby historic sites to learn more about the crucial role the battles played in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga Campaigns of late 1863. If you make it to all the sites on this one ...

  20. Things To Do

    Things To Do. 6-pounder cannon on display at Chickamauga Visitor Center. National Park Service. With nearly 10,000 acres of preserved landscape around the Chattanooga area, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park offers a wide variety of things to do. You can take a tour of the park either on your own or with a park ranger.

  21. Maps

    Park brochures are available at the front desk at both Lookout Mountain Battlefield Visitor Center and Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center. If you are unable to visit, or will be visiting after the visitor centers close, you can request a hard copy of the park brochure by contacting the park. Point Park Map

  22. Chickamauga Virtual Tour

    Explore Chickamauga in our 360° Virtual Tour! The Chickamauga National Battlefield is one of the best preserved Civil War battlefields and a must-see for any Civil War enthusiast. Use the arrows at the bottom of the tour to navigate between scenes and click the tour points to learn more about the battlefield. View this tour in full screen or ...

  23. Torch Light Tour of Chattanooga National Cemetery

    Date: May 10, 2024 Contact: Kim Coons, 706-866-9241, ext. 139 Fort Oglethorpe, GA: Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, in partnership with the Chattanooga National Cemetery, invites the public to participate in a FREE torch light tour of the Civil War portion of the cemetery on Memorial Day, May 27.

  24. Visit Chattanooga Battlefield

    Lookout Mountain includes much of the steep wooded slopes of the mountain where the famed "Battle Above the Clouds" took place. At the top of Lookout Mountain are a visitor center, walking trails and historic Point Park, overlooking the city of Chattanooga. The battlefields of Missionary Ridge and Orchard Knob are nearby just east of the city.