What Hides Beneath the Historic Bricks?
Did you know Gettysburg isn’t just known for its connection to one of the Civil War’s bloodiest battles? This small town holds many more fascinating secrets to uncover.
The pastoral hills that surround the quaint town of Gettysburg once thundered with the deafening sounds of war. A town famous for its historical significance and the remnants of another time, Gettysburg has become synonymous with the devastating three-day battle that became the turning point of the Civil War. Yet, conflict and bloodshed are only a part of the story of this fascinating town.
“I thought the battlefield was the only place to see here. I had no idea some of these things happened in Gettysburg!”
What is the Secrets of Gettysburg Tour About?
Explore the untold stories and little-known facts of this legendary small town on the Secrets of Gettysburg Tour. With rarely-told stories backed by meticulous research, this unforgettable experience immerses you in the heart of Gettysburg’s history and the people who made it iconic, both famous and obscure. From the unsung hero who kept the Union Army’s communication lines open to the baseball legend whose record has stood for over a century, professional guides bring to life the events that took place during the pivotal battle, as well as the mysteries, secrets, and heroic tales waiting to be shared in Gettysburg.
What You Will See on This Tour:
This immersive tour will introduce you to the fascinating, rarely-told stories of Gettysburg’s historic locations, including:
Expert local guides will bring you on a captivating journey to some of Gettysburg’s most famous buildings, plus oft-overlooked locations and hidden gems in this historic town.
Join us to discover the stories, sacrifices, and triumphs of those who fought and died in one of the most significant battles in American history and the unknown stories of the enterprising townspeople who rallied after the horrors of war.
“Next to people’s own hometown, Gettysburg is the most beloved small town in America.”
Susan Star Paddock
Meeting point address: Out Side of the Dobbin House Tavern at 89 Steinwehr Ave, Gettysburg, PA 17325
Duration: 2 Hours
Parking: There are paid parking lots and meters around the meeting area: Please do not park at Brickhouse Inn overnight guest parking to avoid being towed
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No need to print anything out. Just show up, and the tour guide will mark you present! Please save your email confirmation handy on your phone for reference.
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This tour is a walking tour.
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