Go Straight to the Gate!
Travel back in time as you learn about one of the most heartbreaking and infamous battles of the Civil War. Spend a day devoted to a tour of the town of Gettysburg, PA and the hallowed battlefield where thousands of soldiers perished.
On the way to Gettysburg, you’ll pass through the picturesque countryside of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Upon arrival at Gettysburg, you’ll visit the Farnsworth House, where you’ll see a day in the life of a soldier with a hands-on experience in an encampment as you prepare for a day of battle. Follow a soldier to the attic of Farnsworth House for a sharpshooter's view of Cemetery Hill, while also seeing relics from the battlefield.
This hallowed ground is also where President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address, and in a mere 272 words, defined for all Americans the meaning, value and price of freedom.
At the Gettysburg Visitor Center, you’ll hear the voice of well-known actor Morgan Freeman narrate a 22-minute introductory film about the historic battle. There’s also the cyclorama, a 360-degree painting depicting the third day of the battle accompanied by a narrative describing what happened. You’ll have time to explore and learn about the lasting effects the battle, which ended in 1865, had on the townspeople as you walk through the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War.
Union Station at 2 Massachusetts Ave NE at the Gray Line pick up counter.
This tour runs seasonally. Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8am.
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