Reluctant Witnesses is Two hour Gettysburg historic town walking tours that showcase the civilians of Gettysburg who witnessed the horror of war, highlighting historic buildings and their importance.
The research is about rediscovering first hand accounts describing civilian life and the musings of soldiers who tactically and tragically occupied the streets of Gettysburg those three long days July 1863.
Reluctant Witnesses offers a variety of historic civilian and or military tours. The tours cover the events that happened in the town of Gettysburg, leading up to, during and after the great Battle. Our guides will connect the present locations to the past accounts. We bring July 1863 in the small town of Gettysburg to life.
Walking tours are presented in coordination with the Victorian Carriage Company and Horse Tours of Gettysburg.
Starting Location and Stops
The starting locations are noted in the individual tours. This is a leisurely paced walk… No hiking… on paved roads…wheelchairs are manageable.