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5 Can’t Miss Gettysburg Monuments

Those of us who work for Gettysburg Bus Tours feel fortunate every day for our role in commemorating the Battle of Gettysburg and American Civil War. Thanks to the Gettysburg National Military Park and National Park Service, we regularly visit over a thousand different well-maintained Confederate and Union monuments and markers, historical buildings, cannons, and … Continue reading

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General Grant Comes to Gettysburg!

Beginning June, 16th 2017 you can be a part of this historic weekend and help welcome the great General who helped win the American Civil War! Your encounter with history begins at 5PM on June 16th with a Press Conference at the Seminary Ridge Museum where General Grant will discuss his arrival and plans for … Continue reading

Win 2 Bus Tour Tickets to “General Grant’s Return”!

Win 2 bus tour tickets to our special “General Grant’s Return” package sponsored by Gettysburg Group Reservations. All you have to do is stop by our Facebook page between June 1st and June 15th and correctly answer a trivia question. There will be multiple questions (so several opportunities) to win! No matter how many questions … Continue reading

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BOGO – May

                    Who doesn’t like a BOGO deal? Receive one free admission to the Ghostly Images Legends Showcase (Showcase Only) at regular price and receive one admission of equal or lesser value free. This offer cannot not be combined with other offers. One coupon per family per visit. Expires … Continue reading

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$2 Off – May

                      Receive $2 off the “TOUR PLUS” add-on for a Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tour. (This is an add-on to the tour that consists of an iPad that works with GPS to pull up additional information about your tour. Regular cost is $12.) Cannot be combined with … Continue reading

Visit President Eisenhower’s home in Gettysburg this summer for special programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 17, 2017 Contact: Ahna Wilson Phone: 717/ 338-9114 x4411 ahna_wilson@nps.gov Visits by world leaders to the President’s Gettysburg farm, the President’s Secret Service protection, his WWI experiences in the Tank Corps, the D-Day invasion and more are the focus of National Park Service programs at Eisenhower National Historic Site this summer. … Continue reading

WWII in Gettysburg – The People and Places–June 3rd (wear comfortable shoes)

Gettysburg Tours, Inc has partnered with the expert guides of Historic Leadership Training to offer a brand new tour showcasing a different side of Gettysburg military history. Ride along and take a look at the people and places that played a part in the Allied victory in World War II. You will visit two prisoner-of-war … Continue reading

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Lesser Known Civil War Celebrities – Mathew Brady

One of our favorite things to do with our social media pages is to scroll through the dozens of photos guests share when they visit Gettysburg. Some of the views guests capture from atop one of our double decker tour buses are incredible, and even after all these years we still find ourselves amazed by … Continue reading

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West Point Alumni Glee Club will perform a free concert at Eisenhower National Historic Site on Saturday, May 6

On Saturday, May 6, at 6:00 pm, the West Point Alumni Glee Club will perform a free concert honoring Vietnam Veterans as well as all those that have served in the U.S. Military, at Eisenhower National Historic Site. The hour long concert is free to the public and will take place in the back yard … Continue reading

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Gettysburg Tours – Group Itineraries for All Interests

Planning a group tour of Gettysburg doesn’t have to be overwhelming! Gettysburg Group Reservations makes it easy to help plan your military and family reunions, Boy and Girl Scout outings, or other group event. This is the first of our special group itineraries series, and we’ll start by discussing some group tour options.  If you’d … Continue reading

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