Plan a trip to Gettysburg and Adams County and experience the history and fun of this exciting area. Tours of Gettysburg National Military Park by horse or Segway offer a unique way to experience the historic site. The Gettysburg Cyclorama, restored in 2008, gives visitors a glimpse into the past.
Among all this history, visitors can also experience a diverse range of concerts, theater productions, wineries, and nature trails. Golfers will love Gettysburg's award-winning courses.
The 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address and Battle will be celebrated through 2015, as an international celebration centers on the town of Gettysburg. The celebration will include tours, living history, battle re-enactments, special events, and exhibits.
Gettysburg is also known as apple country, as it boast 20,000 acres of apple, peach, and pear trees. Annual festivals, such as the Apple Blossom and Apple Harvest festivals, celebrate the bounty of fruit. With local markets and the ability to pick your own fruit, there's no excuse to miss enjoying a freshly-picked apple.
In that same vein, our soil is ideal for growing grapes, and the area is gaining a reputation for wine. Try award-winning varieties, join us for one of the popular events in the summer, or go on the Gettysburg Wine and Fruit Trail to truly experience the scenic orchards and vineyards for which Gettysburg is known.
With a reputation for ghost activity, Gettysburg attracts the casually curious to serious investigators. There are candlelit ghosts walks where those with a taste for the past can hear the stories handed down through the generations.
If you have a love for the holidays, Gettysburg is the ideal place for a holiday visit. Unique shopping, performances and a charming town decorated for the seasons, as well as holiday house tours and special museum programs, makes Gettysburg burst with the holiday spirit each year.