Stones River National
3501 Old Nashville Highway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Headquarters (Weekdays 8 AM - 4:30 PM)
Visitor Information (Weekends & Holidays)
Explore to Stones River National
We hope these pages will help you plan a visit
that will allow you to enjoy and appreciate the unique resources and
stories connected to the Battle of Stones River, one of the bloodiest
and most important battles of the Civil War.
The landscapes of Stones River National
Battlefield have shaped and been shaped by the men and women who lived
and died there. By linking to the pages above, you can learn more
about the people, places and stories of the battlefield and the
significant cultural resources cared for by the National Park Service.
Place is perhaps the most important factor of
the visitor experience at Stones River National Battlefield. The
landscapes and monuments of the park provide us with a tangible
viewscape to appreciate the people and stories that make the Battle of
Stones River one of the most significant events in our history.
Terrain and other natural features had a
profound impact on the Battle of Stones River. In order to maintain
the cultural landscapes of Stones River National Battlefield, the
National Park Service applies the latest science toward maintaining a
healthy and diverse ecosystem.
Stones River National Battlefield contains a
host of plants, animals, geologic features and other natural resources
that are unique to middle Tennessee and an added attraction for
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