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Little known fact about Vienna is that there are several Civil War sites in the town. At Dyer-Gunnel American Legion Post 180 (330 North Center Street - three blocks West of Maple Avenue) you can see the remains of a star-shaped Union battery position, probably constructed in 1864 to defend the nearby rail-head. The Freeman House on Church Street is a very well-known site and is open to the public ten months of the year. There's a third site on Battle Street marking the location of an 1861 action involving the 1st Ohio Infantry and the 1st South Carolina Volunteers.
If you come by the American Legion Hall between 7:00 AM and 2:00 PM Monday through Friday you can stop in for a really good "down home" breakfast or lunch at unbeatable prices. You don't have to be a member to have a meal. Breakfast is also available on Saturday and Sunday mornings.