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Baltimore Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the Maryland Science Center within the Inner Harbor. Just rev up that smart phone and see where it takes you on this 3-hour challenge. This well-designed course will have you venturing our along the harbor and walking to interesti including to Little Italy and the Flag House.  Take some time during the tour to stop for a bite to eat (at own expense) or simply enjoy the best of this great harbor city. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun on a scavenger hunt adventure! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people.""""Turn Baltimore into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of 'The Amazing Race' with a 3-hour city walking tour. With your smart phone as your virtual guide teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual
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Private New York Day Trip to Amish Country with Amish Mennonite Guides
"Your private driver-guide will meet your group at the New York City location of your choice at whatever time is best for you.  You will then travel approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes to Amish Country in Lancaster Pennsylvania. There you will meet up with your Amish or Mennonite guide and head out on a 6-hour adventure roaming and exploring the beautiful Amish countryside for the day.Early in the visit stop at an all-you-can-eat family-style restaurant where Amish food is prepared and served (not included in the cost of the tour). You will visit at least one of each of the following during the day: an Amish quilt shop; farm; farmers' market; water powe schools cemeteries and businesses along way. See the Amish working in their fields driving their horses and buggies and living a lifestyle more like the 1800s than today. It should be noted that each of these experiences is a real-life experience and encounter -- these are not staged tourist attractions. Your guide living in that community
From $799.00
 
Private Driving Tour of Lancaster and Amish Country
"Lancaster County is located approximately 90 minutes outside of Philadelphia and has been home to Amish and Mennonite communities for generations. Every tour includes a drive along many of the country roads that crisscross the area while you hear about the history philosophies and culture of the Amish and Mennonite people from your guide. Depending upon the length of your tour activities for your day may include taking a Amish buggy ride visiting a local bakery touring a museum to see how the Amish have lived for more than two centuries eating lunch at a classic Pennsylvania Dutch Smorgasbord or market
From $445.00

More Tourist Traps in Gettysburg

Beware Imitators..stick with your own "Ghost Tour"

Okay, don't get me wrong...the ghost walks can be fun. Especially if you are able to tag along with Johlene "Spooky" Riley and her crew. They are entertaining and present a historic look at the ghost...
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AngelaH14
Sep 18, 2012

There is only ONE REAL ghost tour in Gettysburg

Believer or not, it is fact that Gettysburg is home to one of the bloodiest and most horrifying events to occur on American soil. So why wouldn't there be ghosts? My family and I took a week long...
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LetItBe1317
Sep 05, 2009

Pioneer Lines Ghost Train - What a RIP OFF!!!

On the evening of Saturday, July 26, 2008, my wife, my two daughters, and I went on the Pioneer Lines "Haunted Ghost Train". We had purchased the tickets in advance, on line, and picked them up at the...
j.j.gaffney
Aug 11, 2008

Ghosts Every Where!!!!

As many other people have said these ghost tours are on just about every conner now. They all try their own spin on ghost story telling, may it be having a guide in period garb or bringing you into...
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Wanderer001
Sep 16, 2007

Walking Ghost Tours

They are everywhere! There are now 14 from which to choose, a ridiculous number for so small a town, all making a mint on tourists desperate for a ghostly encounter. What they get are a bunch of...
ckeller
May 04, 2007

The Ghosts of Gettysburg

Gettysburg--more people got killed here than in any battle during the Civil War. So, there must be lots of ghosts here too, right? Apprently, someone thought so and capitalized on the idea. It took...
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PA2AKgirl
Apr 18, 2004
 
 
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GEN LEE would have chosen another headquaters!!!

If you are planning to make the trip out to see General Lee's headquaters you should know that the General himself would be mortified to know his name is on this place! The people who run this sham...
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1smartblonde
Nov 03, 2003

Ghost Tours.

There are three or four Ghost tours in Gettysburg now. My husband and I thought it would be fun to go on one this year. So we picked the one managed by the Farnsworth Inn. It was lead by two...
maggiem60
Sep 17, 2003

Gettysbrew Resturant

Don't get yourself cought up in the ambiance of an authentic Civil War Hospital disguised as a resturant/brewery. The beer is flat, the food is microwaved and the service is lousy to say the least. Do...
freefallshorty
Aug 06, 2003

Top Hotels in Gettysburg

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945 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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27 Chambersburg Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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380 Steinwehr Ave., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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1061 York St,, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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516 Baltimore St., (formerly Holiday Inn), Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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1 Lincoln Square, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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Top Things to Do in Gettysburg

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Devil's Den

Ok .. Im really not a history buff like my husband and I was very concerned this area would prove boring like back in school. Wow was I wrong . . yeah lots of history here but even without the history...
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Battlefield

There are Battlefield Tours by Car, tour buses, walking tours, audio CD's available but we did the tour on our own. We purchased a map of the Military Park and stopped at the Auto Tour signs with...
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Pennsylvania Memorial

Dedicated to both the 11th PA Infantry as well as their mascot "Sallie." To be honest the reason I wanted to find this monument was because of the stories I had heard about Sallie. For the full story...
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Little Round Top

The peak of Little Round Top is 650 feet above sea level. It rises 150 feet above nearby Plum Run to the west and is covered with large boulders. During the battle, the western slope was generally...
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National Cemetary

The gravestones are laid out in rows, marking the graves for over 3,500 Union soldiers who died at Gettysburg. Over 10,000 died at Gettysburg alone, during the four years of the Civil War, over...
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Cemetery Hill

The cemetery is location Cemetery Hill in Gettysburg. Cemetery Hill was actually named before the battle because of a small city cemetery called Evergreen Cemetery that was established in 1854....
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Top 5 Gettysburg Writers

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VeronicaG

"GETTYSBURG-The Address, The Heroism And The Fallen"
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PA2AKgirl

"My Family's Home"
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Yaqui

"~Gettysburg-The Town~"
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AlbuqRay

"Historical but Commercialized"
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"Gettysburg, history to discover"
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