|Andersonville National Historic Site|
The park is normally open during daylight hours, but on November 16th visitors will have a rare opportunity to explore the national park area after dark.
The national historic site and museum will open its doors to the public beginning at 6 p.m. on November 16th to allow visitors to explore the museum and its exhibits, attend special films and hear a presentation on the 15 American Indian men from the 1st Michigan Sharpshooters who were held prisoner at Camp Sumter.
In addition, lanterns will light the way from the museum to the restored northeast corner of the prison stockade. Living history presenters will be there to interact with visitors and portray life at Andersonville during the winter of 1864-1865.
It should be a fascinating event and will be the last chance to see the prison after dark until 2014.
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