Blue Sky Motel

2585 Biglerville Rd., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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Winter Visit

by JohnOrr

Is going during MLK long weekend a bad idea? Is most evrything closed? Or is it not so bad an idea as it will be less crowded? Does anyone know how to find list of what is open?

Thanks in advance

JO
Massachusetts

RE: Winter Visit

by Travmad

Yes I think Gettysburg is a good to visit most times of the year you may have to deal with snow but not likely. Enjoy!

RE: Winter Visit

by donato1899

The battlefield will be open. Gettysburg (the town) will have enough shops and restaurants open. The town isn't really the draw there.
It(the battlefield) is a very powerful place to visit.
There won't be any crowds, as you said.

Travel Tips for Gettysburg

History at its Finest

by ckeller

The National Military Park. Regardless of one's interest in history, the enormity of what occurred there hits like a steamtrain and stays forever. My best memory is when I took my mom, now deceased, to Gettysburg for the weekend as a birthday surprise a few years ago. I'll never forget her awe and excitement as she explored the park for the first time.

Mounted Generals

by Wanderer001

My first trip here when I was young I remember going on a guided tour with my family and the guide told everyone that if you want to know at a glance if a general was killed, wounded, or made it through the battle unharmed look at the legs of the horse. One leg up referred to being wounded, two legs up and they had been killed during the battle, and all legs down was no injuries during the battle.

This all changed however when the monument for Lieutenant General James Longstreet was erected the guide said. He was not wounded during the battle but the artist did not want to have Longstreet in a static pose because he was always on the move right in the thick of things. His horse also has a look of terror in its eyes while Longstreet has a very composed and determined face.

Great father was here

by GUYON

DID YOUR GRAND FATHER IN GETTYSBURG ? For me, I am sure, no. But you can have an ancestor (or several) who was on the Gettysburg Battlefield.
You may do the search at the visitors center if you know precisely his family name and his first name. You may also ask by mail : Military Service Branch - National Archives & Records Administration - 7th & Pennsylvania Avenue - Washington DC 20408. To know more, see : www.nps/gett/ancestors.htm
. Good luck.

Benner's Hill

by wolfiepittsburgh

The only place on the battlefield where you can see the entire scope of the battle. When the trees are bare, you get a fabulous view!

You can see Oak Hill, the town itself, Culps Hill and Cemetary Hill from here. Great for perspective!

Lincoln Train Museum

by AlbuqRay

The Lincoln Train Museum is at 425 Steinwehr Avenue, which is about half a block past the American Civil War Museum. There is a simulated train ride that follows the route that took Abraham Lincoln from Washington, D.C., to Gettysburg in 1863 for his famous speech. The Lincoln Toy Train Collection has operating layouts featuring over 1000 trains and colorful dioramas illustrating the role of the railroad during the Civil War. The museum is open daily but the hours vary with the time of year: June-August, 9 AM to 9 PM; April-May and September-October, 9 AM to 7 PM; March and November, 9 AM to 5 PM. The admission is $7.25 for adults, $3.50 for children (4-11), and children 3 and under are free. The time allowance is about one hour.

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Address: 2585 Biglerville Rd., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States