At the Soldiers’ National Cemetery, 7 PM. Free to the public. Each night a different bugler will play “Taps” as a tribute to the fallen of Gettysburg and veterans of all wars interred there. Presented by Gettysburg National Military Park. Call 717-334-1124, ext. 8023 for details.
Wedding bells are in the air; congratulations on your recent engagement! We know that planning a wedding takes an enormous amount of work – let us handle the transportation! Getting your guests safely and efficiently from the ceremony to the reception, and even back to their hotels, is extremely important.
At Gettysburg Group Reservations, we’re happy to provide our all-encompassing transportation services to help you and your guests fully enjoy your special day. Our drivers have decades of experience providing wedding transportation – here is some of their best advice to plan a smooth, fun-filled day!
Cindy Small, author of The Jennie Wade Story will be doing a book signing at the Jennie Wade House on Saturday, May 27th, 2019 from 2 PM – 4 PM. She’d love to see you and discuss her book.
Leon Reed, author of “Stories the Monuments Tell”, will be doing a book signing on Saturday, May 18th, 2019 (11 AM – 1 PM). Stop by The Jennie Wade House, 548 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325 and check it out.
We invite you to learn a little bit about the great people who help make your trip to Gettysburg unforgettable. Here you’ll find team spotlights for some of our awesome team members.
At Gettysburg Battlefield Tours, we love getting to know you! But we’d be remiss in our duties if we didn’t introduce ourselves, as well. This month we’d like you to meet our very own Bonnie Jacoby, a Battlefield employee since August 1, 2000. With more than thirty years in the tourism industry, it’s no wonder she’s so good at it!
Now that the fabulous spring weather is finally starting to arrive, we bet you’re itching for a way to get the kids out of the house! Why not go on a trip to historic Gettysburg? Beautifully rich in culture and history, Gettysburg offers a range of activities that shapes up to be fun for the whole family! So, hop in the car and come on over – we bet you’ll even come back for more!
Once you get to Gettysburg, what do you do? Well, we’ve put together a list of six activities, both educational and just plain fun, for you to spend the day (or the weekend!) exploring historic Gettysburg.
Planning a trip for a large group sounds like a daunting task, but when handled correctly, it can be a simple and rewarding experience. Of course, we would love for you to come and visit us – let the professional group tour organizers at Gettysburg Group Reservations do the planning for you! Or, take these tips and apply them to your next group trip to Gettysburg for the experience of a lifetime!
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 one Friday option), and beware: when space fills up – they’re gone!
The exciting news, if you’re reading this in early January, is that the season has only just begun. For 2019 these special combo tours are offered on Saturdays starting January 12 at 7:00 PM, and they run all the way through March 16 (weather permitting). The Sunday options for these tours are January 20 and February 17 and the Friday option is February 15. Please note, Ghostly Images is only open Saturdays from 3:00 PM until the time of the tour.
Why do we call them combo tours?
Jennie Wade House will be open Saturday, February 16th and Sunday, February 17th (weather permitting). 10 AM – 4 PM.
When you think about the Battle of Gettysburg, who comes to mind? Probably George G. Meade, the Union general who led the Army of the Potomac to victory after a three-day invasion. Possibly George Custer, the charismatic “Boy General” who may have singlehandedly led the turning point of the Civil War.
But what about the leaders who flew under the radar to help lead the Union troops to victory? One such man is Brigadier General David M. Gregg, who quietly aided some of the revered generals responsible for the Union victory and thus the state of the country as we know it.