We had an excellent local guide who spent an hour giving us a very detailed history of the site. Very moving, and in a really beautiful spot. It is very open so take water, sun cream and a hat.
Sobering site. The museum has a nice display. There is a small restaurant and refreshments and gifts are available. Clean toilets. The battle ground is tourable with a self-guide booklet, available from the museum.
Had an amazing time here & cannot believe what occurred. Very moving place to visit. The whole history of what occurred is quite mind blowing.
We had the delight of visiting with one of the fabulous guides from Fugitives’ Drifts and he shared the tale with aplomb. He made us feel as if we were there and cannot helped but be moved or tears by the battle stories.
With our Explore Worldwide group of 12 standing around the edge of the "bowl" of the battlefield and the top of the circular bowl above us by maybe a 100 feet our guide whose name I cannot remember struck his cowhide shield which was taller than he was -with his knobkerrie - and…