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Gordon-Lee Mansion

217 Cove Road, Chickamauga, GA 30707, USA

Prior to the Battle of Chickamauga, the Gordon-Lee Mansion served as headquarters to the Union Army of the Cumberland's Gen. William Rosecrans. Seven division hospitals were set up on site during the battle until the mansion was captured by the Confederate Army of Tennessee's Gen. Joseph Wheeler on the second day of the battle and used as a hospital for the Confederate army. When 14, 000 veterans returned to the site for the Blue-Gray Barbecue in 1889, they formed the oldest and largest Civil War battlefield in the United States, the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park.


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From 1-75 North or South: Exit at Exit #350 (Hwy. 2A – Fort Oglethorpe). Proceed West approx. 6.5 miles toward the Chickamauga Battlefield. You will see an exit for Hwy. 27 South / Chickamauga/LaFayette, to the right (up the hill). Take this exit (Roy Parrish Jr. Parkway) and proceed approx. 5 1/2 miles to the 3rd traffic signal. (passing Food Lion Shopping Center on your right) At that signal, turn right. (Kangaroo Station on your right) Proceed until you reach the next traffic signal. (approx. 6/10 mi.) At that signal, turn left. (BP Station on your right) Proceed until you reach the next traffic signal in downtown Chickamauga. (approx. 1 mi.) (Note: You will go around a 90-degree right turn and over the railroad tracks) At that signal, turn left. The Mansion will be on your right. (approx. 1/10 mi.) Enter the driveway marked by the sign, Gordon-Lee Mansion.

Visitor Services

Public rest rooms, gift shop, information, guided tours.

Regular Events

September: War Between the States Day, December: candlelight tour.

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