Tour Historic Gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest day of war on American soil. Take a tour of the town as it commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the battle and Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.Filed under:
Annual Civil War Reenactment
Don’t miss the Annual Civil War Reenactment on July 4, 5, 6 and 7th, outside of Gettysburg, PA. Thousands of reenactors from around the country and around the globe stage the single largest and pivotal military engagements fought on American soil. Visit the camps and learn about the medicine, music, weapons from the war and get a first-hand experience of what life was like as a soldier. Watch as history comes alive.
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