The National Civil War Museum presents a comprehensive and even-handed overview of America's greatest tragedy. Exhibits are factual, humanistic, educational, and entertaining. High-resolution video and sound-and-light shows complement the world-class collection of Civil War artifacts. Personal possessions of Lincoln, Davis, Lee, Grant, Jackson, McClellan, and Johnny Reb and Billy Yank are included in the collection.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania's collection of Civil War flags remains one of the single largest collections of Civil War colors in the nation and also contains twenty-two flags of the Spanish-American war.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | HSP is one of the nation's largest nongovernmental repositories of documentary materials, housing more than 600,000 books, 300,000 graphics, and 20 million manuscript items.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | The museum contains an extensive collection of Civil War artifacts, battle relics, personal memorabilia, paintings, documents, and photographs that were initially assembled by the veterans who formed Post 2 of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania | Among the museum's holdings is a large and important collection of Civil War materials, including flags, uniforms, firearms, swords, accoutrements, and soldiers' personal gear.