Prisoners in this WWII internment camp passed the time with elaborate stage productions and the construction of numerous castles and fountains using available native materials. Remnants and artifacts from their projects can be seen today, along with an exhibit on life in the camp in a replica arm...
This restored 1901 depot building at the crossing of two major rail lines features antique furnishings and exhibits of local history items, photographs and railroad memorabilia. Also includes the Robertson County Visitor Center. Open 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Tue.–Sat. 309 N. Market St. at the intersection ...
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