Gettysburg Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Gettysburg; our list of the best things to see, including Land of Little Horses Farm Park, Gettysburg Majestic Theater and Lincolns Lost Treasure.
  • The best place in Gettysburg: Land of Little Horses Farm Park

    Land of Little Horses Farm Park

    125 Glennwood Drive
    Interactive, Hands-on, Performing Animal Theme Park Located in Picturesque Adams County, Pennsylvania Open weather permitting. Please visit the website www.LandOfLittleHorses.com to check for park closing.
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  • Gettysburg Majestic Theater

    Gettysburg Majestic Theater

    25 Carlisle St
    For those who need a break from the Battlefield, there the Majestic, a theater in downtown Gettysburg recently renovated to its original 1925 Colonial Revival glory. There is a theater for live performances, as well as a cinema which plays the highest quality art films, including American independent films, foreign language films, documentaries, short subjects, and film festival prize winners.
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  • Lincolns Lost Treasure

    Lincolns Lost Treasure

    53 East Middle St
    Part Theatre, Part Adventure, Part Mystery. The streets of Gettysburg serve as a backdrop for a unique story, told with elements of improv theatre and scavenger hunt. Lincoln’s Lost Treasure is a live two and a half hour adventure across the streets of historic Downtown Gettysburg. Groups of 6 or 8 people are sent to uncover a lost secret sparked by President Lincoln’s final breath. Aided by a few historical artifacts, you are sent off to piece together hidden clues and traverse the city’s famous streets, hidden shops and historical landmarks.
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  • Dobbin House Tavern

    Dobbin House Tavern

    — Casual and fine dining. Due to its historic ambiance (Revolutionary War to Civil War) and reasonable prices, the Dobbin House is well worth visiting. For budget and casual dining with the same historical charm, there is the Springhouse Tavern room downstairs.
  • Dobbin House Tavern

    Dobbin House Tavern

    89 Steinwehr Ave
    Springhouse Tavern - Lite cuisine for Casual Dining serving daily 11:30am - 9:00 pm A most unique eating and drinking alehouse amidst three natural springs and two glowing fireplaces. This cozy and romantic Tavern features homemade food and refreshing spirits. Alexander Dobbin Dining Rooms - Fine dining in the Colonial Manner 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Appalachian Brewing Co

    Appalachian Brewing Co

    401 Buford Ave
    Located on Seminary Ridge, across the road from the Lutheran Seminary and directly next door to General Robert E. Lee's HQ, this is a brew-pub with history. Outstanding Cheeseburgers and personal pizza's accentuate the wonderful selection of micro-brews.
  • International Museum of Spiritual Investigations

    231 Baltimore Street
    Wed-Sun: noon-6PM. $1.50-$3.00. In their own words, this esoteric museum's "core mission is to educate, preserve, and facilitate spiritual investigations history, methodology, and evidence and present this to the public in a positive, supportive and non-judgmental manner." Knowledgeable staff, exhibits, educational classes, and introductory investigations.
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  • Gettysburg Gift Center

    297 Steinwehr Avenue
    Daily March — December 9 am — 5 pm. Extended Spring & Summer hours 9 am — 7 pm.. Gettysburg's largest and finest gift shop, catalog, and online store. Specializing in gifts, books for children & adults, art, home decor and collectibles, as well as games & toys.
  • Lord Nelson's Gallery

    27 1/2 Chambersburg Street
    Mon — Saturday, 9:30 am — 6:00 pm. Sunday 12:00 — 4:00 pm. Established in 1990, the gallery specializes in wildlife, nostalgic, Eastern Frontier/American Indian and Colonial art, sculpture, fine handcrafts and related historical books.
  • Jennie Wade House

    548 Baltimore Street
    The only Gettysburg citizen killed during the Battle of Gettysburg was 20 year old Jennie Wade, fiancée of Corporal “Jack” Skelly. The old McClellan Home, now the Jennie Wade House and Museum, with but few minor changes and repairs, remains much as Jennie Wade must have known it more than 100 years ago. The walls of the old house, which lived through the Battle of Gettysburg and witnessed the tragic death of Jennie Wade, tell the story of the building and of those in it during the Great Battle.
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  • Hall of Presidents

    789 Baltimore Street
    Listen to the story of America by its Presidents and enjoy the fashions of different eras through the “authentic” reproductions of the First Ladies’ inaugural gowns.
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  • American Civil War Museum

    297 Steinwehr Avenue
    Daily March — December 9 am — 5 pm. Extended Spring & Summer hours 9 am — 7 pm. Last tour begins 45 minutes before closing.. $5.50 adults / $3 Youth (ages 6 — 17) / 5 & under FREE. The American Civil War Museum presents the entire story of the Civil War era and the Battle of Gettysburg with remarkable realism. Learn the causes, effects and significant personalities that shaped the Civil War and as a result, ultimately, American history.
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  • Gettysburg Bicycle & Fitness

    307 York Street
    Sells excellent American Bikes (Specialized, Trek, ..) in all price ranges. You will get excellent advises, perfect service and good prices. The shop also lends Bikes for tours on the battle field and organizes a yearly Mountainbike race called "Maximus" in Michaux State Forest.
  • Farnsworth House Inn

    Farnsworth House Inn

    401 Baltimore St
    Gettysburg's Historic Farnsworth House Inn is one of the most recognized inns in the U.S. It is also one of the most haunted.
  • Avenue Restaurant

    Avenue Restaurant

    21 Steinwehr Ave
    Breakfast ~ Lunch ~ Dinner Casual Home-Style Dining Featuring our Signature Cream of Crab Soup and Original Avenue Burger Locally Owned and Operated for 54 Years Serving our Local Community and Vistors since 1958
  • Garryowen Irish Pub

    126 Chambersburg Street
    Good irish pub with great music entertainment on special days like St. Patricks. It's traditional Irish menu is very tasty.
  • The Pub

    20-22 Lincoln Square
    Monday: 8AM - 10PM Tuesday & Wednesday: 11AM - 10PM Thursday: 8AM - 10PM Friday & Saturday: 8AM - 11PM Sunday: 8AM - 9PM (Closed on Sundays December thru January - Closed on Five Major Holidays). Casual dining with an extensive menu. Plenty of vegetarian options.
  • Café Saint-Amand‎

    48 Baltimore Street
    Restaurant with reasonable prices. They also serve breakfast. Free wireless connection. Due to policy no alcoholic drinks.
  • Ragged Edge Coffee House

    110 Chambesburg Street
    The Ragged Edge serves breakfast, sandwiches, salads and coffee. They offer a free wireless connection. The local products, beautiful gardens, and in house art gallery all add up to an award winning experience.
  • O'Rorke's Eatery & Spirits

    O'Rorke's Eatery & Spirits

    44 Steinwehr Ave
  • Garryowen Irish Pub

    Garryowen Irish Pub

    126 Chambersburg St
  • La Bella Italia

    La Bella Italia

    402 York St
  • Sidney Willoughby Run

    Sidney Willoughby Run

    730 Chambersburg Rd
    The second restaurant by renown chef/owner Neil Annis, Sidney Willoughby Run has opened in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. With a focus on simple ingredients, Chef Annis’ menu features small, elegant bites with sophisticated flavor. The menu, inspired by fresh, local ingredients, will change on a daily basis and has been designed to include a variety of small plates rather than the multi-course offerings of sister establishment, Restaurant Sidney in East Berlin.
  • Cafe Saint-Amand

    Cafe Saint-Amand

    48 Baltimore St
  • Montezuma's

    Montezuma's

    225 Buford Ave
  • Pizza House

    71 W Lincoln Ave
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Gettysburg uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.