Original Emancipation Proclamation exhibited in Nashville

Original Emancipation Proclamation exhibited in Nashville View on Map

Date

From 12 February 2013 To 18 February 2013

Address

TPAC, 505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37219

When visiting a new city, it is essential that holidaymakers try and get a taste of the culture and distinctive character of the place.

This can be quite difficult when there are so many historic buildings to visit and museums to take in.

However, when a unique opportunity to see a major piece of history presents itself, it should not be passed over.

From February 12th to the 18th, the original Emancipation Proclamation will be on display at the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville.

This forms a part of the ongoing touring National Archives exhibition, which is entitled Discovering the Civil War.

Entry is timed and a nominal fee of $1 is required to make a reservation.

Holidaymakers who are travelling to Nashville intent on seeing the document for themselves may wish to consider booking rooms at the Millennium Maxwell House Nashville, as the accommodation is a mere ten-minute drive away from the museum.

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