Plan Your Gettysburg Trip


Downtown Expedition

Gettysburg has an incredible tasting experience right in the heart of its downtown streets.

Day 1

Start off your Adams County Pour Tour adventure by sampling some wine at Adams County Winery – Gettysburg Wine Shop on Chambersburg Street. They are known for their sweet libations produced right here in the county.

Explore the boutiques and shops in and around Lincoln Square. Once you work up an appetite, you’ll have a great selection of restaurants to choose from all within walking distance.

After enjoying a delicious culinary delight, it’s time for more tastings! If it’s nice out you can walk down Baltimore Street to Reid’s Winery: The Cider House. At Reid’s you can add two stamps to your Adams County Pour Tour passport – one for cider and one for wine.

After your tasting, you may want to mix in some of the history that Gettysburg is known for. Right on Baltimore Street you can pick from museums like Civil War Tails at the Homestead Diorama, the Shriver House Museum, the Jennie Wade House Museum, The Rupp House or Gettysburg Museum of History.

Next, enjoy a sampling at Buddy Boy Winery’s Gettysburg Tasting Room, also located on Baltimore Street. Buddy Boy has a wide selection of wines for every palate. Don’t forget to claim your prize after receiving five unique stamps so you can remember your downtown expedition.

Day 2

Are you ready for another day of tasting Gettysburg’s flavorful craft beverages? First, we recommend stopping at Appalachian Brewing Company – Battlefield for a cold beer and a bite to eat. Sample both beer and spirits for two new passport stamps! With menu options like Mountain Nachos and Brewers Mac & Cheese, you won’t leave hungry. Right across the street is the historic Soldiers’ National Cemetery. Pay tribute to the men who died in the Battle of Gettysburg for a humbling experience. Hungry for more history? Just down the street you will also find the Gettysburg Heritage Center – Museum where you can learn about the battle from the perspective of civilians, as well as soldiers.

Your last stop for the day is to Gettysburg’s newest brewery, Fourscore Beer Co. With 14 beers on tap, you may want to try a flight. And their food menu is sure to satisfy before you  hit the road and head back home. During dinner, you’ll probably be planning your return because there are plenty more Adams County Pour Tour stops to visit!

Featured in this Trip Idea

Adams County Winery, the area’s oldest winery, has been crafting wine for over 45 years. Our downtown Gettysburg Wine Shop is conveniently located just 1/2 block from the town center and is open Wednesday to Sunday from 11am-5pm for to-go purchases and onsite consumption with limited indoor seating.


25 Chambersburg Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Reid's Orchard and Winery's downtown location. Stop by for a wine tasting, a hard cider flight, try one of our new food menu items from Clawson's at the Cider House or just to relax with a glass and some live entertainment on the weekends!


400 Baltimore Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Unique museum featuring historically accurate dioramas with thousands of handmade miniature soldiers who are actually cats in uniform.


785 Baltimore St,
Gettysburg , PA 17325

Travel back in time with a guide dressed in period attire as you walk through the Shrivers’ meticulously restored 1860 home to learn the other side of the Battle of Gettysburg - how families and their homes were affected before, during, and after the battle that ravaged this historic town.


309 Baltimore Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

With but few minor changes and repairs, the house remains much as it did more than 150 years ago. Authentically furnished from cellar to attic. Hear the story of the only civilian killed during the Battle of Gettysburg.


548 Baltimore Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

The interactive adventure for young historians is Gettysburg's most-family friendly children's history museum. Explore the stories of Gettysburg through the words and experiences of children and young adults who lived here during the Battle of Gettysburg. Engaging first-hand accounts and interactive exhibits bring the stories to life. Visit for tickets.


451 Baltimore Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

See one of the most extensive private collections of artifacts from the American Civil War, World War I, World War II, Presidencies and Pop Culture.


219 Baltimore Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Relax in our Gettysburg tasting room with a delicious glass of wine!


523 Baltimore Street, Suite 1,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Indulge in the art of brewing at our Battlefield Brew Pub. From crisp lagers and bold IPAs to craft spirits and sodas, our beverages are made with only the finest ingredients. Pair your brew with delicious pub fare and enjoy a night out with friends or a casual dinner with family.


259 Steinwehr Avenue,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Witness the Battle of Gettysburg from two unique perspectives – the civilians who called it home, and the soldiers on the battlefield. The story of the battle comes to life through both museum displays, and the battlefield orientation film, "Gettysburg Animated Map", produced by the American Battlefield Trust.


297 Steinwehr Avenue,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

The team at Tommy's Pizza just opened a new craft brewery with 14 great beers on tap and a delicious food menu to match. Check us out!


603 South Washington Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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