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PhillyBite Destination GettysburgDestination Gettysburg is the recognized destination and promotional organization for Gettysburg and Adams County, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1955 as the Gettysburg Travel Council, the group has more than 300 members as well as two locations.


destinationGIconTourists can easily discover travel assistance at the Administrative Office situated on West Middle Street and at the regional information desk located at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center.

"It is also our mission to promote tourism and its positive economic benefits. In doing so, Destination Gettysburg leads the Adams County tourism industry in presenting a positive visitor experience while preserving its rich cultural heritage and promoting all member tourism-related businesses throughout the County. This mission is achieved by aggressive marketing and building partnerships with federal, state and local entities while maximizing all available resources." - Destination Gettysburg Website

Destination Gettysburg generates the yearly Travel Planner and also My Gettysburg APP, in addition to assistance in arranging your next visit to Gettysburg and Adams County. They also provide a once a month eNewsletter and advertise the region by using social media channels and media relations efforts.

Discover more regarding Destination Gettysburg, the Adams County travel and leisure industry by checking out www.gettysburgtourismworks.com.

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