Where Nations Collide
Did you know bodies of soldiers who died at the Battle of Gettysburg were still being discovered as late as 1996? Journey into the depths of the turning point of the Civil War and hear details of the epic battle that will forever change your view of American history.
With its stunning panoramic views, solemn memorials, and awe-inspiring monuments, the Gettysburg battlefield is a haunting and memorable place like no other in America. Immerse yourself in the echoes of war during a thought-provoking pilgrimage across the verdant fields that fairly hum with the cries of the past. Stand in the very locations where brave soldiers who fought and died in one of the Civil War’s bloodiest battles seem to reach out through the centuries to see their stories told.
“This tour was educational and exciting and heartbreaking all in one – I never expected such a rush of emotion!”
What is the Gettysburg Battlefield Tour About?
The award-winning Gettysburg Battlefield Tour takes you on a fascinating exploration of the very grounds where two nations met to determine the fate of the United States. This engaging and enlightening tour offers an intimate examination of the nuances of the battle as you step back in time to gain a comprehensive, detailed understanding of the epic clash that marked a pivotal point in American history.
What You Will See on This Tour:
Explore the reverent acres of the Gettysburg battlefield, where you will be welcome to:
Expert local guides will take you back in time, bringing to life the events that turned the tide of the Civil War and providing details, context, and insight into our country’s most significant battle you won’t find anywhere else.
Join us for a captivating journey over the hallowed grounds of the Gettysburg battlefield, where you’ll walk in the footsteps of soldiers and generals, immersing yourself in the bloodied soil of American history.
“After this urgent protest against entering into battle at Gettysburg according to instructions – which protest is the first and only one I ever made during my entire military career – I ordered my line to advance and make the assault.”
General John B. Hood
Meeting point address: Location Varies. Please see you confirmation email or email us for details
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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October 3rd 2023
"Our tour guide was very friendly and spoke confidently with knowledge that was interesting. A fun e ... "
October 2nd 2023
"We had an awesome tour with Ellie. It was a Sunday night so only my granddaughter and myself, which ... "
October 2nd 2023
"Sherrie was our tour guide and she did a great job! She was entertaining and knew the history behin ... "
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This tour is a walking tour.
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