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Marshall County Historical Museum

220 East College Avenue, Holly Springs, MS 38635, USA

The Civil War hit Holly Springs hard. The town experienced sixty-two raids, the most famous being Confederate Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn's December 20, 1862 raid on Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's camp, in the course of which his troops destroyed millions of dollars worth of Federal supplies. At the time, Holly Springs served as headquarters for Gen. Grant and arms for the Confederacy were manufactured at the armory in Holly Springs. The Marshall County Museum features a Civil War room and focuses the first few exhibitons of its tour on Civil War artifacts.


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From I-55 at Seatobia travel east on Highway 4, 45 miles to Holly Springs and the museum. Located 42 miles southeast of Memphis on U.S. 78, 60 miles northwest of Tupelo on U.S. 78, 17 miles southwest of Ashland on Highway 4, and 30 miles north of Oxford on Highway 7.

Visitor Services

Public rest rooms, information, handicapped access, gift shop.

Regular Events

Annual history tours of local Civil War sites; call for schedule; April, Spring Pilgrimage; December, Christmas Pilgrimage.

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Admission Fee

Adults $5.00, Children $3.00


Monday-Friday 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.



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