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:
David Wills House
No visit to Gettysburg is complete without a trip to the David Wills House. The house features 5 museum galleries and 2 recreated rooms -- one of the David Wills law office and the other of the Lincoln bedroom. The house chronicles President Lincoln’s historic visit to the devastated town and his famous Gettysburg Address.
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