Gettysburg

Gettysburg, PA
Region: Dutch Country Roads

History runs deep through the roots of Gettysburg. It’s known as being the site of one of the biggest battles of the Civil War, the location where President Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address, and it’s even the site of President Eisenhower’s retirement home. But history isn’t the only draw to the area. Gettysburg is an agricultural community as much as it is historical. Just take a drive through the outskirts of Gettysburg and you’ll see acres of bountiful orchards and farmlands. Also found in Gettysburg are ghost tours and paranormal investigations, outdoor recreation, shopping, antiquing, festivals, and so much more. Make your own history in Gettysburg.

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