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Click here to view the media gallery Adams County Scenery
Adams County is more than just Gettysburg and the Civil War battlefields. Scattered across the countryside are charming small towns, great orchards and farmers' markets, a growing wine industry and an array of ways to enjoy the outdoors.
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Adams County, Pa., is the heart of Pennsylvania's Fruit Belt. In the fields north of the Gettysburg battlefield are some of the most scenic in the region. With more than 20,000 acres of orchards, it's a destination all in itself.
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Fall is a wonderful time to visit Gettysburg and Adams County, Pennsylvania. The rolling hills make way for wonderful drives to look at fall foliage and the Gettysburg National Military Park is one of the best places in the region to see autumn colors.
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The town of Gettysburg is a big attraction itself. Visitors flock downtown to take in the history and enjoy boutiques, diners and an array of culture.
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Dwight Eisenhower's life led him to Gettysburg. His retirement home was here and the former president was active in the town patronizing many businesses, etc.
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The Gettysburg region is home to many large, national events throughout the year - from music, to history and agricultural heritage.
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The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center is one of the most popular places to visit in Gettysburg. With 12 museum galleries, the famous Gettysburg Cyclorama and ability to book other tours and attractions, it's often the first place travelers go when visiting Gettysburg.
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The Gettysburg battlefield is 6,000 acres of preserved battleground, featuring hundreds of cannons and 1,300 monuments and markers. Visitors can tour the battlefield in a number of ways.
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Everyone knows Gettysburg is one of the most historical places in the world, but for many Gettysburg takes on a different role - one of the most haunted.
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The holiday season is a great time to visit Historic Gettysburg. The town blends a unique charm with the rich history for a spirited season, filled with events, decorations and performances.
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President Abraham Lincoln secured his legacy in this town, delivered a short, but immortal speech that helped change the course for the nation. Here in Gettysburg, visitors can retrace Lincoln's visit to deliver the Gettysburg Address.
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The Gettysburg Re-enactment is a popular way to remember the battle. Each year, thousands of re-enactors converge on Gettysburg to re-create battles and open up their camps to visitors.
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Formerly known as Schmucker Hall on the campus of the Lutheran Theological Seminary, the Seminary Ridge Museum will highlight Civil War medicine, faith and race issues that led to the outbreak of the war.