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Bicycling around Gettysburg is a great way to see the sites, enjoy our community and stay healthy. Healthy Adams Bicycle/Pedestrian presents a variety of ride options in town, on the battlefield and throughout scenic Adams County. Download a variety of cue sheets for your next Gettysburg bike ride.
Located just two miles east of the Gettysburg Square in the Historic Montfort Farm. Brewing and serving beers and spirits on-site. Beer and spirits to-go. Enjoy slow hand crafted beers that deliver a historical experience with a nice selection of brewpub food options!
Explore Gettysburg. The battlefield is vast. The names are legendary. The experience is humbling. Go prepared. Start your visit here. Begin with the Film, Cyclorama & Museum Experience. Tour the Battlefield with a Licensed Guide. Join National Park Service programs.
Mount Hope Winery is excited to become a part of the Gettysburg community. Sample hand-crafted Mount Hope Wines, Swashbuckler Beers, Lancaster County Ciders and Spirits Distilling Company spirits at the new Gettysburg location.
Shop, Stay, Play! Stroll our quaint Main Street to find designer fashion, home decor and more. Two hotels, restaurants, year-round events and the best Back To School Shopping make The Outlet Shoppes a perfect summer destination! Atomic Dog, Home of Jack's Hard Cider coming soon!
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive Gettysburg, PA 17325
We are open seven days a week from 10am-5pm for to-go purchases and onsite consumption.
Guests are welcome to try one of our wine flights or purchase wine by the glass or bottle as long as a meal is purchased from us or a meal is brought along with the guest.
Bring back those summer memories with cold glass bottled sodas with pure cane sugar, over 60 flavors of Salt Water Taffy and those fun summertime candies from your youth! Everyone is a kid in our candy store. Stop in to discover over 3,000 items. Check out retro candies, modern candies and more.
Let us guide your taste buds through a historic and savory journey throughout Gettysburg as we visit unique eateries, wineries and breweries and experience the food, rich history and culture in a way that only Gettysburg can offer.
A 5th generation family-owned business. U-pick cherries, blueberries, and apples available seasonally. Wine & hard cider tasting room. Live evergreen hedge maze. Full-service garden center and nursery. Open March thru Christmas.
Stop by for yoga classes, Reiki services and wellness programs or reach out to us about our professional and organizational development events. We are proud to be a part of Gettysburg and want to give back to you.
WALK the battlefield. GAIN the leadership insights. PREPARE for your greatest challenges. Join us in Gettysburg. They’re like no other leadership programs.
The leadership experiences integrate uniquely tailored, core learning modules with game-changing case studies.
Leadership Experiences at Gettysburg:
The Gettysburg Leadership Experience
Pursuit, Retreat and Resilience
Women of Distinction
6312 S Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 400 E Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Visit Gettysburg. Learn some history. Bring home memories! We offer horseback rides on the Gettysburg Battlefield and battlefield and town horse-drawn carriage tours. Tour the Gettysburg Battlefield with Licensed Battlefield Guides on walking tours or private car tours- same day availability!
5+ Historic Military weekends happening during 2021. While on site, tour the Historic Daniel Lady Farm house and barn, which served as a Confederate staging area during the three-day battle and a field hospital afterwards.
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 during and after the battle that ravaged this historic town.
The area's sweetest family tradition! Discover more than 12,000 elephant figurines in every size on display. Then check out our huge selection of candy, homemade fudge, fresh roasted peanuts and unique gifts, and stroll our acres of whimsical gardens. You'll never forget Mister Ed's!
Ghostly Images Ghost Tours offer nightly 90-minute walking tours inside the Jennie Wade House or Haunted Orphanage. These Locations have been seen on popular television shows and visited by thousands of brave souls.
Weekly specialty tours also offered throughout the year.
Join us, if you DARE!
Are you tired of the same old push and shove ghost tours? Do you want to hear and talk to the dead? Do you love the ghost tv shows? We are paranormal investigators and we will prove to you that the afterlife exists. We will teach you to use paranormal equipment and be an investigator yourself.
Located in the forests of South Mountain, Kings Gap Environmental Education Center offers outdoor recreation, overnight lodging at the impressive Cameron-Masland Mansion and a variety of environmental education and interpretive programs.
Real people. Real decisions. Real outcomes. Inspired by decision makers at the Battle of Gettysburg, "In the Footsteps of Leaders®" offers an immersive experience on the historic battlefield. Learn lessons of communication, strategic planning, team building, adaptability and decision making.
Under The Horizon (UTH) is an outreach based studio. We use our creative talents to serve our community. Offering walk-in art activities, pottery lessons, summer camps, parties, field trips and fundraisers. Enjoy our in-house pottery shoppe and online Etsy store at PrayerThumbprint.
Take a day trip to Gifford Pinchot State Park 30 miles northeast of Gettysburg and plan a day of outdoor fun with activities like hiking, horseback riding, swimming, disc golfing, ice skating and more.
Go beyond the Battle of Gettysburg - experience the powerful stories of local residents across 300 years of amazing local history. ACHS - the county historical society in Gettysburg - offers free programs, tours and special events for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
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.
Everyone knows that Adams County is renowned for our amazing apples! As autumn rolls around, make sure to stop by the farmers market and pick up some of Adams County's favorite fruit - and any other fall favorites you might be craving!
Gettysburg Transit Center, 103 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325
Totem Pole always promises a star or two on the stage. You never know who will appear on our stage. In 2017 Michael Learned of The Waltons graced our stage.In 2016, Loretta Swit of TV's Mash appeared in Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks and in 2015 Melissa Gilbert of Little House on the Prairie.
Download the award-winning "Gettysburg: A Nation Divided" AR 360 mobile app today! Explore the battlefield in Gettysburg like never before, continue the journey at home wherever you are! Amazing AR technology, 360 degree spin arounds, artifact hunts, animated avatars and more! Available in Google Play and The App Store for only $6.99.
The Hanover Area Historical Society protects and promotes the historical heritage of the greater Hanover area. The Society acquires, preserves and provides access to historical buildings and sites and to artifacts and archives that have historical significance to the Hanover area.
In 1802, Elizabeth Ann Seton was a loving wife and mother. Within two years, her husband’s business failed, and he died. Just 29 years old, she was a widow, single mother of five, and bankrupt. Discover how she faced these challenges, thrived, and went on to become the first American-born saint.
Summer tastes delicious at the Gettysburg Farmers' Market. Sweet corn! Peaches! Tomatoes! Homemade Yogurt & cookies! Sample the flavor for yourself every Saturday morning on Gettysburg's Lincoln Square.
Explore the paranormal side of Gettysburg using professional equipment with an experienced tour guide where you are the investigator. We offer a small group setting, using our tools and expertise you become your own paranormal investigator and ghost hunter.
While touring historic, downtown Gettysburg don't forget to stop into the Adams County Winery- Gettysburg Wine Shop and pick up your favorite local wines.
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer tastings or onsite consumption until further notice.
Best known as the house where President Abraham Lincoln stayed prior to delivering the Gettysburg Address, the David Wills House features a National Park Service seven-gallery interactive museum relating the story of Wills, Lincoln’s visit and the Gettysburg Address.
Preserving the heritage of over 200 years of firefighting from the Greater Hanover Area, this museum showcases historic memorabilia and equipment explaining the progression of firefighting throughout the years.
Family owned and operated, with a tradition of customer service excellence. We're dedicated to helping each person who walks through our doors find the products they need to bring their creative ideas to life. We also service all makes and models of sewing machines.
Battlefield Harley-Davidson should be a destination for every motorcycle enthusiast. The unique atmosphere offers motorcycles and one of the largest selections of genuine HD motorclothes, parts and accessories in Central Pennsylvania.
Yes we are open all year round! Winter tends to be all about comfort and we have that here for you! Our market is still full of delicious baked goods, warm scarves, beautiful home decor and even freshly made soups! And, the best part, we still have apples in the bin for you to pick from!
Learn about the history of the apple and fruit tree industry in Adams County, Pennsylvania through exciting exhibits and historic artifacts. Also make your own apple crate as a souvenir of your visit to Apple Country!
Start your Gettysburg journey at the heart of the First Day's Fighting. Located along Seminary Ridge on the National Park Service's auto tour route, guided tours of the building's cupola are available offering wonderful battlefield views.
TripAdvisor 2017 Certificate of Excellence winner.
1863 Escape Room gives its participants the opportunity to solve a Civil War mystery within one hour. As the suspense, excitement, and intrigue build, you will work as a team using your best intuition, instinct, and logic to become a "hero" before time runs out. Proudly located in historic downtown!
Less than 25 miles southwest of Gettysburg in the Catoctin Mountains you'll find this peaceful oasis with lakes, waterfalls, hiking and more outdoor activities. Give us a visit on your next trip to Gettysburg!
Join us here at the Farnsworth House for historical and ghost presentations. Tour one of the most haunted inns in America during a ghost tour or paranormal investigation, or take an interactive history tour in Camp Tiger, our Civil War camp located right on property!
We invite you to our small batch family farm brewery. We serve craft beer and hard cider, and even grow our own hops behind the brewery! If you like to snack while you drink, check out our menu featuring farm fresh ingredients grown on site.
Central PA’s year-round indoor and outdoor entertainment complex is the perfect destination for all ages and every occasion, offering indoor and outdoor go-karts, miniature golf, two-tier LED LASERTRON laser tag, HOLOGATE VR, batting cages, roller skating and the largest arcade in South Central PA.
Winter, spring, summer, fall - you'll find something to do in every season at the 3,500-acre Codorus State Park. Located just a short drive from Gettysburg, we're the perfect addition to your family vacation.
A town changed forever! Dead and dying soldiers lying everywhere. Walk the streets of Gettysburg with a Licensed Town Guide and hear the civilians' experiences of life in Gettysburg before, during and after the Battle. Venture to Gettysburg's seldom seen places. Experience Lincoln's visit.
Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station, 35 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325
Located in the same facility as the Mela Kitchen, Jack's Hard Cider offers tastings of Jack’s Hard Cider, glasses of Atomic Dog Wines and wonderful meals by the Mela Kitchen. There is plenty of Jack’s Hard Cider and Atomic Dog Wines to go.
1865 Gettysburg Village Drive Gettysburg, PA 17325
Let's get goofy! We are experienced, engaging and enthusiastic performers and educators providing event entertainment, theme parties, family-friendly ghost stories and group activities. Enjoy Stilt Walking, Fire-Breathing, Clowns, Face-Painting, Improv Games, Circus Lessons and more.
Tour the historic Gettysburg Battlefield on horseback - hourly trail rides and narrated tours along the scenic trails of the Gettysburg National Park. No better way to see the Battlefield than on the back of an amazing horse!
Tours begin at McMillan Woods Youth Campground, West Confederate Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325
Northern Central Railway is an excursion railroad that offers an authentic experience where you can meet presidents and generals, experience the Wild West, enjoy the beautiful countryside and ride along the very rails that helped build and save our nation.
A preservation society located in one of Gettysburg's premier historic buildings offering an event venue, Underground Railroad Tours, a variety of educational programs, an October Barn Tour, and a Salvage Warehouse for those "do it yourselfers".
The Historic G.A.R. Building, 53 E. Middle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325
The Rupp House History Center tells the story of civilian life during and after the Battle of Gettysburg. See, hear and feel how the 1863 battle and its aftermath impacted the John Rupp family and their Gettysburg neighbors. Join us for hands-on history, living historians, Civil War programs family activities and special events.
Walk in Lincoln’s footsteps in this free-to-visit museum featuring a self-guided tour, exhibits and artifacts relating to Lincoln and the railroad’s role in the history of Gettysburg. Stand where Lincoln arrived in Gettysburg on Nov. 18, 1863, the evening before delivering the Gettysburg Address.