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Gettysburg, PA Visitor Information

Gettysburg PA Visitors Guide

You can order a copy of the Gettysburg PA Visitors Guide.
This publication gives an overview of the Gettysburg area.
You can request a copy by contacting:
GETTYSBURG CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

102 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325
717-334-6274, 800-337-5015
FAX 717-334-1166


The "Wilkum" Preview Video
Another helpful way to "see this area" before you get here is to preview it on video tape. Now, you can see and experience the atmosphere and attractions of Gettysburg and the Pennsylvania Dutch Country right in your own home. This video highlights many local attractions and points of interest, and even includes footage from a battle re-enactment. Order the 50-minute long "Wilkum" video travel guide (and it's free map & resource guide) and plan your trip here before you even leave home!

Gettysburg Information Center
102 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325
, 717-334-6274, 800-337-5015
Once you arrive in town you'll want to visit the Gettysburg Information Center, run by the Gettysburg Covention & Visitors Bureau. They offer free maps and brochures along with assistance in obtaining motel and restaurant reservations. They are located just one block north of Lincoln Square in Gettysburg.

Free Self Guided Tours

The Gettysburg CVB also offers free tour brochures and maps for the Scenic Valley Tour, the Downtown Walking Tour, and the Historic Conewago Tour.

  • The Scenic Valley Tour is a 36-mile drive through one of America's most scenic counties. The entire route is clearly marked with Scenic Valley Tour signs. (Approximate driving time is 2 hours).
  • The Downtown Historic District Tour is truly a walk into history. Over 100 buildings have been restored in a recent Renaissance of restoration.
  • The Historic Conewago Tour is named for the Conewago Creek that meanders through the Eastern half of the county. The 40-mile tour crosses the Conewago Creek at several points. The Historic Conewago Tour passes by East Cavalry Battlefield, working farms, several country churches, and through the center of Victorian New Oxford and Early-American East Berlin, as well as several other small villages, and the very scenic Adams County countryside. (Approximate driving time is 2 hours).

   
     

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