Gettysburg has hosted many presidents, but Eisenhower and Lincoln both left their mark on our community. We invite you to spend time learning their stories and feeling presidential while you’re here.
President Eisenhower lived in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on several occasions, and this small town quickly became a place he called home. Walk through history with Ike and check out these spots frequented by the president when he was in town.
Gettysburg is known for two things - our Civil War history and our lingering spirits… plan a visit where the two collide.
Gettysburg is calling and one of the best way to experience the entire destination is a day outdoors.
Hit the road for a foodies fest in Gettysburg! We may be known for our Civil War battle, but that isn’t the only thing that is epic in Adams County – our culinary opportunities will leave you wanting more.
After the unforgettable events that took place in Gettysburg in July 1863, many have told accounts of otherworldly occurrences by the spirits left behind. If you’re looking to get spooked and witness the unexplainable for yourself, check out this trip idea.
Many visitors vacation in Gettysburg multiple times a year and are always looking for new things to experience. Take a short day trip over to Hanover, Pennsylvania on your next vacation!
Grab the guys or your favorite golf buddy and hit the road for a great day out in Gettysburg. Golf, beer, burgers and the speedway… sounds like a hole in one.
Adams County, Pennsylvania is a farming community at heart. Spend your day experiencing our orchards, vineyards, farm markets and agriculture with this farm adventure!
December may be chilly in Gettysburg, but the spirit of the season will warm you from the inside while the fireplace at your Bed & Breakfast will warm you up after a day of shopping.