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.
Receive a passport and trail map and collect stamps as you sample the wines, ciders, spirts and craft brews found in Gettysburg’s downtown tasting rooms and throughout the Adams County countryside. Our bountiful orchards, vineyards and farmlands produce flavorful fruits, hops and grains that we turn into amazing craft beverages for your enjoyment. This craft beverage trail is perfect for groups looking to treat their palates and experience this flavorful twist on the agricultural side of Gettysburg.
With the collection of unique stamps from official Adams County Pour Tour partners, you will be eligible to collect a prize from any of our 15 participating partners. Please check our website or trail map for participating partners. Prizes will be given for 5, 12, 20 and 22 stamps.
Plan your Adams County Pour Tour adventure today! When booking with one of our partnering receptives, you may choose from sample Adams County Pour Tour itineraries or create your own with their assistance, learn about local transportation options, and receive an Adams County Pour Tour passport and map for each person in your group. If your itinerary allows for a minimum of five unique stamps to be collected, we will provide you with your first prize. Reach out to one of our partnering receptives for assistance in planning your Adams County Pour Tour group experience:
Note: Hours of operation and tasting fees vary by location. Please drink responsibly and appoint a designated driver. Participants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid photo ID. It is illegal to sell, serve, or give alcoholic beverages to any person visibly intoxicated. Establishments have the right and responsibility to refuse service to anyone who is visibly impaired.