Yes we have a famous battlefield to tour by car, bicycle, horseback, and even on foot but we boast a wealth of activities beyond those historic acres.
From historic taverns to ethnic cuisine, farm-to-table dining to unique edibles, the tastes of Gettysburg are sure to please every palate.
With adventures to suit every budget, Gettysburg and Adams County businesses offer plenty of packages to help visitors create their dream vacations.
Discover the amazing food scene in Gettysburg, PA
If you love food, then make your way to Gettysburg for amazing cuisine - much of which is farm fresh from Adams County!
Discover historic restaurants like the Dobbin House, Farnsworth House and Fairfield Inn serving contemporary American cuisine mixed with period dishes. Taste the creations of Josh Fidler at Fidler and Co Craft Kitchen. Delight in Truffle fries at Food 101. Uncover a hidden foodie gem at Mason Dixon Distillery who serves up more than amazing craft spirits. Don't forget to pair your foods with local wines, ciders and spirits.
Treat yourself to something sweet at one of our many ice cream shops. Find your favorite chocolate at Kilwins. Step back to your childhood with a trip to Mister Ed's Elephant Museum and Candy Emporium. Top your own donut at Treat Yo Self.
Looking for fresh roasted coffee and a healthy breakfast? Head over to Ragged Edge for a morning start in the garden. You won't be disappointed.
Your next foodie adventure starts in Gettysburg, PA!
By Mary Bigham, Dish-Works.com – When you grow up in a town that is rumored to be full of ghosts, you’re not always hunting for the paranormal … but sometimes things happen that just can’t be explained. A few of my friends have shared stories with me about “visions on the battlefield” or have told me about … Continue reading Seven Haunted Restaurants You Need to Visit in Gettysburg
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In Gettysburg, one of the perks of a beautiful sunny day is being able to enjoy a meal outside. At many of our restaurants, you can dine outside while people watching at Lincoln Square or while taking in views overlooking historic battlegrounds. We’ve compiled a list of places for outdoor dining in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. … Continue reading 10 Places for Outdoor Dining in GettysburgRead this blog post
By Donna White – I had the opportunity to cook with Andy Ernst, the Executive Chef of the 1863 Restaurant located inside the Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel. I was excited when Andy told me we would be cooking his Cold Smoked Salmon, as any dish with Salmon is one I can’t resist. It has always been one of … Continue reading Cooking with a Gettysburg Chef – Andy Ernst of the 1863 Restaurant
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