Gettysburg National Military Park welcomes public input regarding park operations and proposals. There are several ways for your voice to be heard, by comment cards that you can fill out during your visit or by e-mail on the park contact page.
The public is also invited to attend the Park Advisory Committee meetings, held several times during the year at the Museum and Visitor Center. Check our News Releases page for announcements on when these meetings will be held.
PUBLIC COMMENTS ON PARK PLANS
Did You Know?
The bronze likeness of an Irish Wolfhound on the Irish Brigade monument at Gettysburg National Military Park symbolizes the loyalty shown for the Union cause by the brigade's soldiers, most of whom were Irish immigrants or sons of immigrants to the United States.