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 1650 York Road , Gettysburg, PA, US, 17325

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Attractions

»Battlefield Brew Works & Spirits of Gettysburg Distillery

Battlefield Brew Works & Spirits of Gettysburg Distillery Gettysburg is a scenic brewery. It has a rustic atmosphere and delicious beer.

248 Hunterstown Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»David Wills House

David Wills House is a national museum dedicated to commemorate President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. The museum features galleries and rooms illustrating the President’s historic visit to the ill-fated town of Gettysburg. Updates on group tours and events can be accessed in their website.

8 Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Christ Lutheran Church

Established in 1836, the Christ Lutheran Church was conceptualized by Samuel Simon Schmucker. The church conducts pre-school events, music programs and meetings for women. The building still retains the original structural elements, parts of which have been replaced with modern construction materials.

30 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Rupp House History Center

Rupp House History Center reminds visitors of the time during the Civil War through interactive exhibits and displays. The area includes special historic sites such as George Spangler Farm and The David Wills House. Schedule of weekly programs and events for public are listed on their website.

451 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Evergreen Cemetery

Founded in 1854 before the Battle of Gettysburg, the Evergreen Cemetery is a rural and historic cemetery. Visitors can avail of the prime location cemetery lots which allow views of Big and Little Round Tops and Culp’s Hill. Its a peaceful place for contemplation.

799 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Great Conewago Presbyterian Church

Established in 1787, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church is one of the oldest places of worship in the region. The historic structure has been well-maintained, with most of its original features remaining intact. Besides the main building, the church precinct features a historic cemetery as well as the beautiful fellowship hall which is used for community events.

174 Red Bridge Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Gettysburg Museum and Visitor Center

Take a look at the paintings, souvenirs, weapons and the uniforms of the military men found at the Gettysburg Museum and Visitor Center, which will acquaint you with the Gettysburg battle fought in 1863. At the entrance of the center, the visitors will come across a life-size statue of Abraham Lincoln that was built with the collaboration of an artist and an architect. As you proceed inside, you can avail information about the Cyclorama, a colossal painting depicting the war, the film and the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War. A bookstore at the center stocks a very interesting collection of historical books and on several occasions also gives discounts. The proceeds collected from the visitors are used for the preservation of the museum and the battlefield.

1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Gettysburg National Military Park

With 1,328 different monuments and places of interest, a trip to the Gettysburg National Military Park can be a truly educative and knowledgeable experience for everyone, be it kids or adults. This is the place from where President Lincoln had made his famous Gettysburg address. This is the place where the Battle of Gettysburg had taken place during the American Civil War. Visitors can stroll around the park campus, or visit various museums, quarters, cemeteries of soldiers and many more places within. Various activities, concerts and celebrations are also held in the park.

1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District

Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District is an area that encompasses different sites where the gruesome Battle of Gettysburg was fought. During the American Civil War, Confederate and Union forces bitterly battled against each other, there were almost 51,000 casualties. Farms were transformed into graveyards and this battle finally ended after three days of fierce attacks. Today, visitors can tour the different sites and tourist attractions that are part of the Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District. The spot where troops were positioned, Gettysburg National Military Park, Seminary Ridge Museum, Soldiers’ National Cemetery and other historic sites give an insight into the Battle of Gettysburg and the way it affected civilians.

Off Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg National Military Park was used as a support system during the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg. Care has been taken to preserve and restore the historic landscape and facilities are being implemented to attract tourists. Areas within the park include the Gettysburg National Cemetery.

Breckenridge Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Eisenhower National Historic Site

The reputed Eisenhower National Historic Site was home and farm of the General and President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Mamie Eisenhower. It is located in Cumberland Township, Adams County in Pennsylvania. Spread over a mammoth land cover of 690.5 acres (279.4 hectares), it is a significant structure. The site occasionally offers for ranger programs. Children can participate in the engaging Junior Secret Service Agent Program. The historic site is included in the National Register of Historic Places since 1967.

1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

»Black Horse Tavern

A stone house built in 1812, Black Horse Tavern is a two story structure that is set in a farm. It was reportedly once used as a hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg. This tavern was the residence of Francis Bream and his family. The main attraction of this modest building is the look and pattern of the stones which adorn the entire front wing of the structure. It is named so because of the large carved black horse in front of its entrance. This tavern has been altered since its construction, and is currently used as a private residence.

83 Black Horse Tavern Road
Cumberland Township, PA 17325
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