If you’re in a bit of a rush, there are plenty of Gettysburg ghost tours that will only take an hour or less. Tragic events like the Battle of Gettysburg often leave deep scars on the local community, so it’s not hard to see why the site of the Civil War’s bloodiest battle is also […]
The best Gettysburg ghost tour for you will depend on what kind of experience you’re looking for, although we happen to think our own tour ranks pretty highly. A collaboration between Action Tour Guide and supernatural expert Mark Nesbitt, our Ghosts of the Gettysburg Battlefield Self-Guided Driving Tour features nearly 50 audio stops throughout the […]
The Battle of Gettysburg was the most costly of the American Civil War, with an estimated 50,000 casualties, so it’s no wonder that there are so many Gettysburg ghost tours out there. The battlefield has earned a reputation as one of the most haunted places in the country, so there’s plenty to see if you’re […]
The Gettysburg National Military park is an expansive park built on the site of the vicious three-day Battle of Gettysburg. This piece of Civil War history is packed full of history and intrigue and has a little something for everyone. There are pedestrian trails weaving through the woods and fields, a museum, an informational film, […]
Pets are more than welcome at Gettysburg National Military Park, and it can be a wonderful place to explore with your four-legged friend. However, there are a couple of restrictions on animals given the park’s history and traffic. Pets aren’t allowed in the park museum nor the visitors center. Furthermore, you cannot bring your dog […]
Yes. Gettysburg Park, museums and the Cyclorama are all open though masks are encouraged in enclosed spaces. There are also plethora tours relating to the Battle of Gettysburg available. From Ghost Tours to historical battle tours, there are many options for travelers. However, one of the best options for seasoned travelers and new tourists alike […]
What happened on the Gettysburg Battlefield nearly 160 years ago was a defining moment not just for Union military forces, but for America as a unified country. You’ll often hear the Battle of Gettysburg referred to as a turning point in the war, where victory began to lean heavily in the direction of the Union. […]
There are sixteen stops on the Gettysburg Auto tour. The tour works chronologically with the events of the battle. You’ll learn about the tense build-up to the battle first after leaving the Heritage Center. Then you will cruise through history, making stops at McPherson’s Ridge. This was the site of the long and bloody battle’s […]
As seen on any Valley Forge Park tour, the George Washington Monument commemorates the extraordinary skill and leadership ability displayed by General Washington during the six months he and his troops spent at the Valley Forge encampment.
Somewhere between 7,000 and 8,000 men lost their lives during the three-day Battle of Gettysburg. Most of the Union casualties are now buried in the Gettysburg National Cemetery, but not everyone who died amid the fighting is accounted for.