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Destination Gettysburg

www.gettysburggrouptours.com

Get inspired with a trip to Gettysburg, Pa. Discover the stories of the 1863 Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, tour the home where Lincoln finished the famous “Gettysburg Address” and stand where he delivered his message of hope and healing in November of 1863. Tour the town, both from a history and a culinary aspect. Explore the home and land of President and Mamie Eisenhower preserved today by the National Park Service. Experience interactive ag and cooking tours. Taste the flavors of our vines and discover why Gettysburg is being called “Cider Town.” Take in our living history, a special event or an amazing stage performance. Gettysburg, Pa, will deliver a tour for your group that will make history.
 
Destination Gettysburg is here to help with your planning and promotional needs. Contact us for ideas, rates and site visits. We can assist you with RFPs and promotional images and videos. We will even meet your overnight group for a Gettysburg Warm Welcome.

Contact Information:

Nicole Absher
571 W. Middle Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Phone: 800-337-5015
Fax: 717-334-1166

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