Civil War Railroad Tunnel TourCivil War Railroad Tunnel Tour
Engineered in the 1800s, Tunnel Hill was the site of one of the many skirmishes during the Civil War and one of the oldest railroad tunnels south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Clisby Austin House, cir. 1850, still stands nearby, with reenactments of the Battle of Tunnel Hill taking place each September. Recently, a major motion picture used the historic tunnel to film scenes in an upcoming movie.
Cost of Tours
$6 for individual tours, and $10 for all three tours which include the Historic railroad tunnel, the Clisby Austin House, and the Old General Store.
Open Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm