Air Conditioned Coach

Travel the historic fields of Gettysburg in the comfort of an air-conditioned guided tour bus and watch history come alive through the eyes of a licensed guide. Enjoy a truly unique perspective into the three-day Battle of Gettysburg.

Our guided battlefield tours provide visitors with the most thorough overview of the battle available in Gettysburg. All guided bus tours are conducted by guides licensed by the Gettysburg National Military Park. Each guide shares their stories a bit differently, so the specific bus route taken will vary depending who you are matched with. Each tour features at least one scenic stop as well as a restroom stop.

Our air conditioned coach bus tours of Gettysburg last approximately two hours. You will depart from our location at 777 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, which you can easily locate as near the Gettysburg National Cemetery. Please park across the street as parking is free!

Please be aware that our tours do sell out, especially during our busy holiday weekends and in the summer months, so we strongly advise you to book your Gettysburg bus tour ahead of time.

Tour Schedule/Purchase Tickets

Think you’d prefer an open air experience? Why not check out our double decker bus tours?

2024 Air Conditioned Coach Prices & Information

Adults: $40
Children (ages 6-12): $25

Duration: Approximately 2 Hours (includes at least one scenic stop and a restroom stop)
Departure Location: 778 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325




Gettysburg Air-Conditioned Coach Tour FAQ

Is there a map available of this Gettysburg tour?

Each licensed battlefield guide shares the story of the three day Battle of Gettysburg a little differently. Because of this, your tour route can vary and each is slightly unique to your guide.

Do we get off the bus during our tour? Is there a restroom stop?

Our open air double decker bus tours feature a restroom/refreshment stop and at least one scenic stop.

Are drinks and snacks allowed on the bus?

We welcome you to bring any snack or drink along with you on your double decker bus tour, provided it is not in a glass bottle.