Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn

2264 Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn
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Travel Tips for Gettysburg

A page of History


Review your history course if you are an American or look for information if you are a foreigner like me. Anyway, you must pass by the visitors center 97 Taneytown Road -
Open daily 8:00AM to 6:00Pm in Summer.



Get a map at the visitors center prior to visit the battlefield. The access is free. The park rangers or private guides can comment the visit. The park is crammed of statues, monuments and memorials put as landmarks to remember an event, a man or a regiment. The journey in the battlefield can be made partly by car.

Consider bringing...

by gbg1863

If you are visiting Gettysburg in the spring/summer and you plan on visiting the battlefield (which is the reason most come here in the first place!) BRING INSECT REPELLENT AND MAKE SURE IT CONTAINS DEET!!! The ticks are EVERYWHERE here, and they are sneaky little b***ards!

Other things to consider....if you're taking pictures, or using anything electronic, having a supply of EXTRA BATTERIES is a very good idea. I take lots of photos here and I can tell you there is a lot of truth to the rumors of batteries being drained. Although I have more problems with that in the daylight hours.
Whether the energy "drainage" is due to the paranormal, or just the fact that underneath Gettysburg are huge deposits of various rock "types" containing lots of quartz, or the combo of both, I'll leave that up to you to decide, as that lies in the "opinion spectrum".
But I'd say the battery drainage rumor is FACT, because I never go through batteries anywhere else like I do here

Evergreen Cemetery

by Wanderer001

This cemetery goes unnoticed a great majority of the time being over shadowed by the National Cemetery. However it is in its own right a very interesting site. It is the resting place a Jennie Wade and John Burns as well as other family names, such as Spangler, that visitors might recognize from their time around town and the national park.

The Cemetery is divided into two section the old and the new. If you stay in the older section you can look over a good deal of 100+ year old gravy markers. Normally I tend to avoid cemeteries figure I will spend enough time in one eventually. I am, however, glad I took the time to go through this most somber place.

To find just travel up the road a few feet from the National Cemetery on Baltimore Street

The Peach Orchard

by AlbuqRay

On 2 Jul 1863, the Union line ran from the Devil's Den to the Peach Orchard, then angled northward on Emmitsburg Road. Federal cannon bombarded Confederate forces crossing the Rose Farm toward the Wheatfield until about 6:30 PM, when Confederate attacks overran this position. Today the peach orchard itself is on the same ground where part of the original orchard stood, which is the southeast corner of the intersection of Wheatfield Road with Emmitsburg Road. The orchard was much larger in 1863, the bulk extending northward of the Wheatfield Road in front of the Sherfy House. The Peach Orchard stop is #10 on the self-guided auto tour. From this location, to the west one can see the peach orchard and the observation tower by the Eisenhower Farm. To the northeast is the Pennsylvania Memorial. To the east is the 7th NJ Infantry Volunteers Memorial.


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Address: 2264 Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States