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Let us help you plan your next Gettysburg visit - A Top Group Tour Destination!

Allow us to welcome your Group Tour to Gettysburg!

It is hard to believe that fall nearly over. The colors do still adorn our trees, but many of our leaves have begun to fall. Now is the time to think about one last Gettysburg group visit in 2014. There is still time to plan for Dedication Day on November 19 to focus on President Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address or the Remembrance Day Parade - or even the holidays this December.  

We are here to help with your next trip whether it be this year, 2015 or furhter out. If you are you looking for a Gettysburg tour iseas, overnight lodging for your group, or Gettysburg student travel ideas - Destination Gettysburg is your partner. 

Gettysburg was recently named in the Top 50 Group Tour Destinations of 2014 by Byways Magazine, so whether you’re looking for a great group meeting location or a place for your group to just relax, Gettysburg is ready to make your next group tour experience easy and fun to plan!

Gettysburg is centrally located to many other amazing sites as well. Make us an essential stop on your journey, as we are located within 1-2 hours of Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Hershey and Lancaster; Washington, D.C.; and Baltimore, Harpers Ferry and Antietam in Maryland.

Bring your group tour to Gettysburg and allow them to experience Adams County, from the fresh fruits and vegetables at our orchards, to the wines from the wineries, to the education they’ll gain in the local museums. Make Gettysburg your group destination and plan a trip they’ll never forget!

Upcoming Events

Community Appreciation Day, Recognition of Adams County Residents
Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center - Gettysburg Foundation & National Park Service
National Theatre Live from the London Stage!
Majestic Theater
Valentines Day Special
The Inn at Herr Ridge
2/13/2015 to 2/15/2015

What's Your Gettysburg Passion?

I will never get tired of going to Gettysburg with my children and grandchildren, there is aways something to do and new parts of the battlefield to see. We have been there in every season and have never been disappointed.

This is my granddaughter under the stones at Little Roundtop, she was two then, nows she is seven and loves to come to Gettysburg along with her younger sister and brother. This my favorite photo of her at my favorite place to go, the ray of sunshine is no mistake thats what she is. Just wanted to share this with you.

Richard Eakin