March Newsletter

  • 4/1-4/30/13 – Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit
  • 4/1/13 – First Friday Gettysburg Style
  • 4/6/13 – Music Celebrations International, National Festival of the States Presents: Gettysburg 150 Music Festival
  • 4/6/13 – Hauser after Hours
  • 4/13/13 – An Evening With The Painting
  • 4/14 – 4/21/13 – Gettysburg Restaurant Week
  • 4/16/13 – Educational Speaker Program, Presented by Historic Gettysburg Adams County
  • 4/17/13 – Trivia Night at Hauser Estate Winery
  • 4/20/13 – 10/27/13 – Living History Weekends on the Battlefield
  • 4/21/13 – Gettysburg Preservation Walk
    • 9:45 AM; 10:30 AM; 11:15 AM
    • Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center-Gettysburg Foundation and National Park Service
  • 4/25/13 – 4/27/13 – 15th Annual Greyhounds in Gettysburg
  • 4/26 – 4/27/13 – American Odyssey Relay Race
    • www.americanodysseyrelay.com
  • 4/27/13 – Gettysburg North-South Marathon
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  1. Kathy leber says:

    I would like to bring my grandchildren to the Gettysburg Battlefield and would like to have a tour of the battlefield.

    • bonnie says:

      We do two hour tours daily. We have two types: Dramatized Audio Bus Tour which is conducted on an Enclosed
      Bus at this time (summer–Double Decker Bus) and a Guided Bus Tour on an Enclosed Bus with a Gettysburg National
      Military Park Guide on board doing presentation. Summer months on Saturday’s we do have a Guided Double Decker Bus,
      tour times are limited. Cost: Dramatized Audio Bus Tour Adults $26; Children (ages 6-12) $15 and Licensed
      Guided Bus Tour Adults $30 and Children (ages 6-12) $19. Reservations can be made by calling (717) 334-6296 or
      tickets can be purchased online at our website: http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com. You may want to consider one of
      our packages as they include choice of bus tour and tickets for museums.

  2. Jody says:

    I’d like to work in Gettysburg. I have a degree in History and love the area. Any ideas?

    • bonnie says:

      Nothing available.

  3. Shane Hall says:

    I am travelling to Washington DC between the 14th to the 20th of October this year and would like to visit the civil war battlefields particularly Gettysburg.
    What is available then and how do we choose the best option for us , do I need to drive there from DC should we stay overnight near Gettysburg. Some guidance would be much appreciated, I will be with my wife, we are both about 50 yrs old and fit.
    Thanks

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