2264 Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
The heart of the inn is the 1809 Civil War Farmhouse on the Gettysburg Battlefield. Whether you are visiting for a relaxing getaway or coming for a family celebration, you will love the beautiful setting and seclusion on a 30 acre nature preserve. Daily history programs and delicious breakfasts start your day. Crickets and stars send you to sleep. Coffee and free wifi, home-baked cookies and lemonade make this home away from home.
The new National Park Visitor Center museum houses an enormous collection of artifacts from the Battle of Gettysburg displayed in a very informative way. There is an entrance fee to the museum. You can buy a one day pass, or a pass for two or several days. Plan on spending several hours here. You will want to see the film, the Cyclorama, and all the museum exhibits. This is also where you can arrange for a personal tour of the Battlefield with a Licensed Battlefield Guide.
Eisenhower National Historic Site is the home and farm of General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield, the farm served the President as a weekend retreat and a meeting place for world leaders. With its peaceful setting and view of South Mountain, it was a much needed respite from Washington and a backdrop for efforts to reduce Cold War tensions.
This historic home is downtown Gettysburg is focused on interpreting the civilian experience. The home is furnished as if the Shriver family still lived there. The home was occupied by the Confederates during the battle. You can even see the holes where the sharpshooters knocked out bricks to shoot onto the street below. This museum is very well done and is well worth seeing.
Opened in 1990, the museum is housed in a restored pre-Civil War bank barn and is owned and operated by the Biglerville Historical and Preservation Society. (As of 9/10/97, Harold Griffie is our Acting President). The museum mission is to preserve and exhibit the history and attendant artifacts pertaining to the Apple and Tree Fruit Industry's history and contributions to the development and growth of Adams County. Exhibits include early picking, packing, and shipping of fruit, pest management, commercial fruit processing equipment, early orchard photographs and a recreated 1880's farm kitchen and a General Store. The museum also features collections of farming implements, apple peelers and fruit labels and much more apple memorabilia.
Lord Nelson's Gallery is located one half block from Lincoln Square on Chambersburg Street (Rte. 30 west) in historic Gettysburg, PA. About one half of the gallery is devoted to wildlife, nostalgic, and handcrafted art, gifts, and accessories. The other half is what we're best known for, the country's largest exhibitor of Eastern Indian/Frontier art of the French & Indian War period with an equally impressive collection of related books and fine accoutrements.
The meticulously researched historical art of Dale Gallon has driven the Civil War Art market for over 28 years. Each of Dale's paintings is a historical lesson on canvas. He is known for his attention to detail & historical accuracy.
Stop in and help us celebrate our 32nd year in Gettysburg! At Gallery 30 you’ll find a unique collection of local and regional fine art, contemporay crafts, unusual textiles, elegant home decor, custom jewelry, and carefully chosen books for readers of all ages. Spend some time browsing the items featured in our galleries. To receive periodic updates by email, subscribe to our monthly newsletter.
We at the Gettysburg Frame Shop specialize in artwork concerning the American Civil War with offerings ranging from limited edition artist's prints, canvas edition prints, giclees, original paintings, shadow boxes, literature, music, and even replica Civil War era weaponry. This tremendous selection of premiere quality artwork and original pieces makes the Gettysburg Frame Shop your true one-stop-shop for any and all of your Civil War artistic needs.
Whodathunkit Farm Features:
40 Years of Experience Managing Horses
10’ X 10’ stalls
3 Large Grassy Paddocks
Lighted Outdoor Arena
Lighted Outdoor Wash Rack
Room to leave your horse trailer
You Provide your own Concentrated Feed (if necessary)
We Provide Timothy Hay and Yummy Well Water
I can feed for you but if you prefer, you may do your own feeding
$40 per night
You must be able to show
CURRENT NEGATIVE COGGINS TEST AND VETERINARIAN HEALTH CERTIFICATE
Hickory Hollow Farm is a family run horseback trail riding company that has been in business for 30 years.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our rides and the healthy appearance of our beloved horses.
Segway Tours of Gettysburg (SegTours, LLC). Experience the history of the Gettysburg battlefield under the direction of a Licensed Battlefield Guide. Our tours will take you along both Union and Confederate lines, encompass all three days of the battle, and all of the most famous sites, including the Lutheran Theological Seminary in the north, the Seminary Ridge and the Virginia State Memorial in the West, Culp's Hill and the observation tower in the east, and Little Round Top, Devil's Den, the Wheatfield, and the Peach Orchard in the south... and the hundreds of monuments in between.
This summer, the Historic Preservation Society of Gettysburg – Adams County (HGAC) will once again lead Underground Railroad tours every week at the site of McAllister’s Mill, adjacent to the Gettysburg National Military Park along the Baltimore Pike. The site, now a ruin with foundations and waterways still visible, was most probably one of the first stops made in Adams County by people seeking freedom on their flight north from slavery. Tours will leave from the south end of the Mulligan MacDuffer Adventure Golf parking lot at 1360 Baltimore Pike every Saturday at 11 a.m. from May through August.