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

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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

Santa Claus Meet & Greet
Have your photo taken with Santa!
The Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg
11/22/2014 to 12/23/2014
Santa Claus Meet & Greet
Have your photo taken with Santa!
The Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg
12/22/2014 to 12/23/2014
Steam Into Christmas Past
Steam Into History, Inc.
12/20/2014 to 12/23/2014

What's Your Gettysburg Passion?

My parents took my brothers and me to Gettysburg when we were little.  About 8 years ago, I got the urge to go back.  Since then, I have been back 5 times a year.  There is something more than just a battlefield to Gettysburg.  I have visited many Civil War battlefields, and I don't get the same feeling as I do here.  Lincoln was correct when he stated that we can never forget what they did here.  Stand on the battlefield in the early morning or at sunset and you will feel it too.  You will never forget.
Lynn Shields Ph.D.
Westlake,OH