Yes we have a famous battlefield to tour by car, bicycle, horseback, and even on foot but we boast a wealth of activities beyond those historic acres.
With adventures to suit every budget, Gettysburg and Adams County businesses offer plenty of packages to help visitors create their dream vacations.
At HistoryAndLeadership, we offer customized leadership and teamwork training that inspires your people, fills your needs, and fits your budget and schedule. We can provide a program of one hour, one day, or one week. For groups looking for a short-duration program, we offer an Audience-Participation Program in which your people learn skills used by Civil War soldiers and their leaders on the Battlefield of Gettysburg.
Leadership and Team-Building Training by HistoryAndLeadership
Our history-inspired, hands-on programs offer compelling stories and participative activities that will improve your leaders and unite your teams. We work with you in advance to custom-tailor your program to satisfy your unique needs and goals.
Whatever your budget or schedule, we can provide a program of one hour, one day, or one week. By pricing our programs by group, rather than by individual, you get the most for your training dollar.
Our owner/instructor is a Licensed Gettysburg Battlefield Guide who also draws upon his 30 years of professional experience managing the acquisition of satellites and ground systems for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Learn more about us at our website.
"Volunteers Needed – Join the Army!” by HistoryAndLeadership
In this fascinating hands-on program, attendees learn the skills needed to be a soldier upon the Gettysburg Battlefield. Our instructor, a Licensed Battlefield Guide, solicits volunteers from the group to become “sharpshooters”. He uses his unique “rifle simulators” to train these volunteers how to handle a muzzle-loaded, rifled musket. He then solicits more volunteers to fill out a Civil War “company”.
The instructor trains the attendees to do the intricate maneuvers Civil War soldiers used on the battlefield. Attendees form “lines of battle”, perform “wheels” and “obliques”, and learn to “march in column”. After this brisk workout, attendees walk away with a greater understanding and appreciation of the ordinary soldiers who so valiantly struggled upon the Gettysburg Battlefield
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