The Story of Gettysburg
From the days of Indian raids to the development plans of today, spreads over two centuries. But Gettysburg is the best known for just three days of that time, July 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1863 - the Battle of Gettysburg. Tour the Gettysburg Battlefield with a Licensed Battlefield Guide. Abraham Lincoln delivered the infamous Gettysburg Address from the Soldiers National Cemetery in Gettysburg. Further understand the courage and hardships of the soldiers by visiting and experiencing Civil War related museums.TriP
Gettysburg is the best-known and most visited Civil War battlefield in America and for many of our visitors has become a touchstone of the symbolic struggle that decided the future of our nation as one "dedicated to the propostion that all men are created equal." Gettysburg's African Americans, who most likely understood the roots of the conflict better than the town's white residents, were suddenly thrust into the center of a battle that threatened not only their property, but their freedom as well.
Gettysburg Battlefield Tour
Gettysburg National Cemetery
Gettysburg Museum and Visitors Center Cyclorama