It has taken me longer than I expected to get my vacation photos from my phone to my computer and then labeled. The Civil War Interpretive Center in Corinth, Mississippi, was our last stop before we got home to Memphis from the trip we took last month. ExploreSouthernHistory.com has some photos and information.
There's a long walkway leading from the parking lot up to the museum, and it's punctuated by interesting reminders of the times:
Inside, there are numerous displays and educational information on the battle and how the people's lives were affected.
Some of the exhibits had life-sized sculptures:
Some were interactive:
There were touching insights into what the soldiers went through:
The museum was easy to navigate and had staff available to answer questions.
There was a courtyard with a water feature:
Here's a 2-minute video introduction uploaded by Corinth, MS:
To be honest, all the recent talk about how moving those statues of Confederate generals destroys history makes no sense to me. The statues aren't history and don't aid in the understanding of history. Move the statues to museums and battlefields where there's context and an effort to provide an educational setting. There'd be room for one out in this area outside this museum, I think: