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Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center

Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center

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  • Peter J.
    Peter JohnsonSeptember 7, 2013
    Nehmt Euch Zeit mit.
  • James C.heart icon on user image
    James CFebruar 24, 2017
    Absolute must stop in order to see Gettysburg. Check in with the foundation to see how to best see sites. Driving tour is a must. Museum is worth the entrance price check all of it out.
  • Charlesheart icon on user image
    CharlesMai 22, 2013
    After exploring inside, have a seat with the 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, read the Gettysburg Address on the nearby rock, and absorb the history that happened here July 1st through 3rd in 1863.
  • C E.heart icon on user image
    C EdwardsAugust 3, 2013
    A great place to learn about the Battle of Gettysburg and the significant role it had on the Civil War. I recommend the mini documentary narrated by Morgan Freeman and the Cyclorama-truly beautiful.
  • Mark B.heart icon on user image
    Mark BJuni 26, 2015
    The visitor center movie and cyclorama are awesome. Gives you good start for your auto self guided tour. So much to see throughout the battlefield.
  • Rob M.heart icon on user image
    Rob MosleyJuni 22, 2013
    Gettysburg is one of my all time favorite places to visit. It's a great American Memorial to all that lost their lives here, North or South. Everyone should read about the Civil War and visit here.
  • Stefanie S.heart icon on user image
    Stefanie SchindlerJuly 14, 2018
    There’s a free guided tour and our tour guide was simply amazing. It starts at the top of the hour right by the entrance.
  • Matt S.
    Matt ShobeNovember 21, 2019
    Take a ranger-guided hike - they are so knowledgeable and bring such richness to the experience, especially storytelling skill that you just don't get from a book or audio tour.
  • Jon D.heart icon on user image
    Jon DarveauJuni 25, 2015
    Breathtaking site of the most important battle of the Civil War. Spring for the guided tour, it's well worth it and puts everything together since it can overwhelming.
  • Tina M.heart icon on user image
    Tina MetzlerJuni 1, 2015
    This place is so amazing. It's an emotional experience to stand on Little Round Top and think about all that happened in this small town. Don't pass up any opportunity to go there.
  • LoyaltyOfDogs D.
    LoyaltyOfDogs DotComMärz 28, 2015
    If you have a chance to see the special program "An Evening With the Painting," do not miss it! It's the story of the Gettysburg Cyclorama and its restoration, with a behind-the-scenes tour! Mehr erfahren
  • Jessica J.
    Jessica JohnstonAugust 6, 2014
    We love visiting Gettysburg and this is always our first stop. The museum area is great and the film and cyclorama is excellent.
  • Daniel D.heart icon on user image
    Daniel DefilloJanuar 6, 2016
    Great exhibits, souvenir and book shop. An amazing piece of american history that you should visit at least once in your lifetime.
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "There were several regiments of Sharpshooters employed on both sides during the war. The first regiment was composed of men who brought their own rifles, and could snuff a candle at a hundred yards."
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "The town suffered considerably from our artillery, and the houses were covered with indentations of musket balls...few of the inhabitants were injured, most of them taking refuge in their cellars."
  • Alex R.heart icon on user image
    Alex RavenelAugust 22, 2015
    Battlefield tours (book ahead of time!) are a great way to get a better understanding of the battle.
  • Kimberly
    KimberlyAugust 18, 2013
    Great customer service & the book shop was very informative. Enjoyed my day a the park, need to make a second trip to finish seeing all the sights.
  • Jimmy K.heart icon on user image
    Jimmy KastnerAugust 9, 2017
    This is not something you can see real quick. We though we could on the way home... nope. We now need to come back. What we saw was incredible.
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "Occasionally a Federal and Confederate Sharpshooter would be face to face, each would resort to every artifice to kill the other. Hats elevated upon sticks and powder flashed to draw fire."
  • visitPA
    visitPAApril 13, 2015
    Free of charge, explore historical battlefields, Soldier’s National Cemetery and the David Wills House, where President Lincoln put the finishing touches on the Gettysburg Address.
  • Cheryl R.
    Cheryl RiceJuly 26, 2010
    The auto tour is great! Buy CD package to play as you drive in the gift shop (the one by Jake Boritt costs a little more but it's definitely worth it).
  • Devon M.
    Devon MooreMai 27, 2011
    Schon mehr als 100 Mal hier gewesen
    Definitely spend the few dollars to see the movie narrated by Morgan Freeman and the original 1884 Cyclorama. They are both amazing.
  • Rob
    RobApril 22, 2013
    Awesome place everything is free. I recommend getting the driving tour DVD it is so worth it
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "On the Fourth of July, 1863, Lee's shattered army withdrew from Gettysburg...The artist, in passing over the previous days' engagements, found in a lonely place the covert of a rebel sharpshooter."
  • Jamie B.
    Jamie Brandon JrJuni 5, 2012
    The personal battlefield driver/tour guide is MORE than worth it. But, make sure that you have plenty of gas.
  • John C.
    John CarlsonJuly 30, 2013
    We did the driving toyrs with the CDs--I would recommend this for all groups except children
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "The second of July was one of the most lovely days of the season, with the exception of occasional shots...remained perfectly quiet. The headquarters, however...presented a most animated appearance."
  • Reverend Doctor d.
    Great folks here. Battery went dead in the van, the ranger service came right out and gave us a jump!
  • Duncan H.heart icon on user image
    Duncan HowsleyApril 11, 2016
    Simply amazing. Planned a few hours here - wish we'd planned for a few days
  • West Virginia University
    West Virginia UniversityFebruar 15, 2011
    Donald De Lue, creator of WVU’s Mountaineer statue, also sculpted the Mississippi & Louisiana state monuments at Gettysburg. See a resemblance to the Mountaineer?
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "Immediately after the battle, the owner returned, repaired the damages, and the building now promises to stand for many years, bearing the scars of that fierce conflict." on Meade's Headquarters.
  • Wendell H.
    Wendell HandJuly 6, 2010
    Pick up the driving tour audio cd at the counter in bookstore. Grab the map from the info desk and hit the road. Allows you to drive and visit at your pace and get some stories along the way.
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "Just back of the cemetery at Gettysburg, on the road leading to Taneytown, stands a humble dwelling, made historical by its occupation as headquarters of General Meade."
  • Pittsburgh T.
    If taking a bus tour, be sure to get to the bus shelter 10 minutes early.
  • Simon & Schuster
    Simon & SchusterJuni 16, 2010
    "As far as we know Abraham Lincoln actually wrote five copies of the Gettysburg Address in his own hand. Each was slightly different in content." From ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG ADDRESS ILLUSTRATED. Mehr erfahren
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "Gettysburg, on the turnpike from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh...stands on elevated ground, in the midst of a fertile farming country. The town numbers about four thousand inhabitants." circa 1863.
  • Alexander Gardner's Civil War Views
    "Cemetery Ridge was the scene of some of the severest fighting and on which is situated the National Soldiers' Cemetery. Here President Lincoln attended the consecration of the Soldiers' Monument."
  • Robyn
    RobynOktober 12, 2014
    A must see...the Visitor Center does not tell you handicapped is allowed to drive thru the cemetery
  • Ryan
    RyanAugust 12, 2013
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Gorgeous new space for the Visitor Center but don't eat here - it was $6 for a very tiny fountain soda and glass of water. Food is wayyy over priced.
  • Jim M.heart icon on user image
    Jim MoyerNovember 1, 2017
    Love it here. So much to see and do
  • Brent G.heart icon on user image
    Brent GatewoodJuni 15, 2016
    Beautiful. Amazing. Great facilities.
  • Brenda L.
    Brenda LambertMärz 29, 2014
    Such a nice place loaded with information!
  • Travel Channel
    Travel ChannelApril 9, 2012
    The Ghost Adventures Crew tries to contact the tortured souls of Gettysburg, PA, site of the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. Mehr erfahren
  • Juan Antonio T.
    Juan Antonio TiradoAugust 23, 2012
    En diciembre busca una Apps de iPad... Sobre la Batalla de Gettysburg
  • j C.
    j CJuly 20, 2013
    You can rent the driving cd at dime local hotels for $10
  • Michael X B.
    Michael X Bell😏Juni 13, 2011
    Awesome place to visit take the ghost tour and visit the Jennie wade house
  • Jon M.heart icon on user image
    Jon McGovernAugust 22, 2015
    Have not been 2 Gettysburg in a long time
  • Bubbles
    BubblesJuly 23, 2013
    I liked it here. That should count for SOMETHING.
  • Mary-Jo B.
    Great way to start the Gettysburg experience.
  • Vinny G.
    Vinny GreenFebruar 25, 2012
    See the Cyclorama. Terrific technology for its time and still cool today.
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