What Gettysburg Soup Are You?
November 27, 2020
*Updated November 2020
The safety of our residents and visitors is our primary concern. As you make your travel decisions, please check the safe travel section of our website for complete details on the latest state mitigation efforts, safety measures, business closures and event cancellations. Gettysburg stands rededicated – committed to offering you the safest and best experience possible in these new times.
In addition, we have compiled a list of answers to frequently asked questions and travel tips as you look to make your travel decisions regarding a visit to our historic destination
Masks are required in public (always while indoors and outdoors if you cannot remain six feet apart from those not in your household the entire time)
Many of our museums, shops, restaurants, and attractions are open in some capacity. Social distancing and masking guidelines must be followed, and many businesses are running at a limited capacity to meet social distancing requirements. For an up-to-date list of business openings and operations, please visit the Safe Travel section on our website.
Yes, many of our restaurants are now offering dine-in eating as well as outdoor seating, carryout, curbside pickup, and delivery options. Restaurants are mandated to operate at a limited 25% capacity for dine-in eating unless they have completed their self-certification, then they can open at 50%, so please allow extra time to be seated. Click here for a list of current restaurant openings and operations.
Anyone who visits from another state must have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before arriving in Pennsylvania. If someone cannot get a test or chooses not to, they must quarantine for 14 days after they arrive.
As our businesses navigate these new guidelines and safety protocols, there may be slightly different rules and regulations from place to place. It is advised to call prior to visiting any business to learn about new rules and regulations.