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Gettysburg Park Press Release – Jan 22, 2018

For Release: January 22, 2018 Contact: Katie Lawhon Phone: 717-338-4402 Email: Katie_Lawhon@nps.gov   Gettysburg National Military Park Accessible to Public during Government Shutdown     Gettysburg, Pa. – During the shutdown of the federal government due to the lapse of appropriations, national parks will remain as accessible as possible while still following all applicable laws … Continue reading

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Winter Combo Tours Are Best-Kept Gettysburg Secret This Winter

Thrifty visitors, take note! The existence of our winter combo tours seems to be one of the (unintentionally) best kept secrets in Gettysburg. These ghostly adventures are offered on Saturday nights during the winter season (with two special Sunday options), and beware: when space fills up – they’re gone! The exciting news, if you’re reading … Continue reading

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Thank You For A Great 2017!

Gettysburg Tour Center has been blessed to be a part of many great events this year. As 2017 winds down and the New Year approaches, we thought you might enjoy a little review of the highlights from our perspective. We also want to thank all of you who supported us this and every year. We … Continue reading

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Winter Programs at Gettysburg National Military Park

Winter Programs at Gettysburg National Military Park include Reading Adventures for Families, Winter Lectures, and the Battlefield Book Series Gettysburg Park Press Release Gettysburg, PA – Winter is a great time to visit and explore Gettysburg National Military Park. On January 6, the park’s winter programs begin. This year Gettysburg National Military Park is offering the … Continue reading

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Lesser Known Civil War Celebrities – John Burns

Depending on who you talk to, John Burns may not fully qualify for our “Lesser Known” series, but we’ve seen plenty of visitors who are unfamiliar with the story of Mr. Burns. For those of you who fit this description, we share the story of the man whose statue stands on McPherson’s Ridge here in … Continue reading

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Become a Licensed Battlefield Guide!

Every now and then someone will ask us how they can become a licensed battlefield guide, so we’ve put together this simple guide on what you can do if that is something that is of interest to you. One of the most respected groups in Gettysburg is the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides. Our nation’s … Continue reading

Gettysburg Tours – Group Itineraries for Student & Scout Groups

Planning trips for students, scout groups, youth groups, or any other groups of young people can be a headache! Let Gettysburg Group Reservations ease the pain by helping to plan your next group tour to Gettysburg. This is the final installment of our special group itineraries series. Be sure to check out part one – … Continue reading

Local Press: Gettysburg Times 8/21/17

Aug 21, 2017 BY JESS RUDY For the Gettysburg Times A new tour in Gettysburg expands the bounds of the historic battlefield to connect visitors and locals to the town’s World War II heritage. This summer, Gettysburg Tour Center started offering “World War II in Gettysburg: The People and Places.” The bus tour takes participants … Continue reading

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10% Off Bus Tour – September

                      Receive 10% off a Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tour. Coupon must be used at time of purchase Cannot be combined with any other offer. One coupon per family per visit. Redeem in store or online with coupon code: save10. Expires 9/29/17

WWII in Gettysburg – The People and Places–September 17 (9 AM)

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 a prisoner-of-war … Continue reading

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