Lincoln’s presence is felt all around Gettysburg. Although his visit to Gettysburg was short, it will never be forgotten. Plan your Gettysburg visit with all things Lincoln’
Sign up for a walking tour with the Gettysburg Licensed Town Historians. They offer a special tour, President Abraham Lincoln’s Visit – Gettysburg Address, in which you’ll cover President Lincoln’s 25-hours in Gettysburg. Some of the places you will visit along the tour include the Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station, the David Wills House, the Gettysburg Presbyterian Church and Soldiers’ National Cemetery – all places visited by Lincoln when he was in town. We recommend going back to the Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station where Lincoln arrived in Gettysburg, and to the David Wills House where he stayed the night. Both historic buildings have fascinating museum displays inside.
For more Lincoln history and influence in Gettysburg, check out this blog, “Take a Walk in President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Footsteps.”
*Be sure to call all businesses before arriving as some may be closed or have different hours due to COVID-19.
In the winter months, sometimes all we want to do is get away and snuggle up with the one we love.
The warmth and charm of small-town Gettysburg is never more alive than it is during the holiday season.
We know how stir crazy the kids, and the adults, can get during the wintertime. Pack the family up and head to Gettysburg for a long weekend!