Find Monuments at Antietam — Scavenger Hunts

Like a Kid on a Bike — Find Monuments at Antietam National Battlefield. This page provides an index to maps, photos, and descriptions for finding monuments and other historic structures while biking the battlefield.

Last Update: October 25, 2020 (12:44 pm)

Scavenger Hunts to Find Monuments at Antietam… Why?

A bicyclist can freely zip around a battlefield park wo hunt for “intellectual treasure.” Armed with a map and a list of clues, a scavenger hunt is a great way to learn about the Battle of Antietam. Civil War Cycling’s scavenger hunts are learning exercises designed to help you figure out for yourself where a monument is located and what it looks like.

Sort IDScavenger Hunt TopicLink
1Monuments - StateHunt
2Monuments - MarylandHunt
3Monuments - Mortuary CannonsHunt
4Monuments - ConfederateComing Soon
5Monuments - IndividualsComing Soon
6Buildings and MemorialsComing Soon
7FarmsComing Soon
8GeographyComing Soon
9Roads and Battle LinesComing Soon
10Antietam National CemeteryComing Soon
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To find monuments at Antietam, in some areas it is simply a matter of riding down the road. When riding west on Cornfield Avenue, Union monuments are on your right and Confederate monuments on your left.

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