Mill Springs Battlefield Visitor Center & Museum
Start your adventure of the Battle of Mill Springs at the Mill Springs Battlefield Visitor Center & Museum! Mill Springs Battlefield Association opened the Visitor Center & Museum on November 4, 2006 with the purpose of acquiring and distributing knowledge, and to preserve and exhibit objects, illustrating the history and importance of the Battle of Mill Springs (January 19, 1862) and the preservation of battlefield land. Keeping education in mind, this facility was strategically placed at the Northern most end of the battlefield to look out over the Mill Springs National Cemetery and the Union camps.
The Visitor Center serves as the "command center" for the battlefield. Here you can obtain information about the battlefield, driving tour, special events, directions and watch a video about the Battle of Mill Springs. The Visitor Center also consists of the Hal Rogers community room, Civil War Research Library, the Museum, restrooms, and the gift shop. Our Museum is amply supplied with artifacts, prints, photographs, reproductions, touch-ables, and audio and visual learning materials focused the Battle of Mill Springs and the Civil War. Admission: Adults $5, Seniors/Military $3, Students $2, MSBA Members FREE.