Gettysburg, PA is a town in Pennsylvania. Well known for the Gettysburg National Battlefield, The location of the turning point of the American Civil War, nowadays a part of Gettysburg National Military Park. The national park consists of Gettysburg Museum and Visitor Center, displaying Civil War artifacts, and Gettysburg National Cemetery, where a memorial signifies the location of Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Gettysburg Address.
The Adams County Pour Tour, a product of Destination Gettysburg, is a series of self-guided trails featuring hand-crafted spirits, wines, ciders and beers winding throughout Adams County, PA and the surrounding countryside. Experience them all and make memories in your new favorite beverage destination! SEE MORE: Gettysburg and Adams County Pour Tour
Looking to connect with Gettysburg’s historical past. the region is steaped in history,
Downtown Gettysburg has a wide array of tasting rooms almost all with in walking distance of each other.
Gettysburg’s haunted scene, is recognized as the Most Haunted Town in America.
Destination Gettysburg is the recognized destination and promotional organization for Gettysburg and Adams County, Pennsylvania. With history and small-town charm blended so flawlessly together, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania has the makings for the perfect fall getaway.
Gettysburg Historical Societies - Adams County's important role in American history. Find and eplore the area's many historical societies.
Mark Your Calendar
Gettysburg Wine & Music Festival September 7-8
World War II Weekend September 21-22
Annual Sweet Potato Festival September 21-22
Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show (see video here) September 28
National Apple Harvest Festival October 5-6, 12-13
Dedication Day November 19
Remembrance Day November 23
Remembrance Day Illumination Ceremony November 23