Social Media, Virtual Tours, and More!

Social Media Sites

Stay connected and up to date with Gettysburg through our sites on social media! We share daily events and news from the park as well as some great history about the battlefield, news about park events, and just about anything else that goes on in your national park!


Education Connections

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Gettysburg NMP for Teachers, Students, and Families Facebook Page
The best resource for students learning from home, the Gettysburg NMP for Teachers, Students and Families features original live content, daily Civil War lesson plans, and access to at home curriculum.
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Official Park Education Blog: The Gettysburg School Bus
The blog of the Education team at Gettysburg NMP offers virtual field trip opportunities, curriculum, at home lessons and strategies for students and teachers.

Further Research and Virtual Tours

  • A park ranger points across a green field to two hills in the background.
    Virtual Tour

    We offer all our visitors the opportunity to experience the battlefield, no matter where you are, with our park-wide virtual tour!

  • An aerial view of Cemetery Ridge and the Angle area. A road runs left to right with some monuments.
    Gettysburg Seminar Papers

    Digitized versions of the Gettysburg Seminar papers are featured on this site. Access and content are free.

  • A spencer carbine rifle, ammunition case, and cartridge barrels sit on a table.
    Gettysburg NMP Digital Museum Collection

    More than 40,000 images and catalog records for the Gettysburg collection can now be found online.

  • Yellow leaves on the ground and small U.S. flags fly over graves in the Soldiers' National Cemetery.
    National Cemetery Virtual Tour

    This five-stop Virtual Tour includes photographs and a Gettysburg Address video so that all visitors can experience this hallowed ground.

  • These Then & Now pictures compare the battlefield from over 150 years ago with present day pictures.
    Then and Now Pictures

    Use the slider to show what the battlefield looked like over 150 years ago compared to what it looks like today!

  • A black and white photo shows the Warfield house property in the early 1900s.
    Warfield House Preservation

    National Park Service preservationists are at work restoring the James Warfield home. Learn more and follow our progress.

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Gettysburg NMP Virtual Visitor Passport Stamp

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Virtual Visitor Passport Stamp

We are offering a Virtual Visitor Passport Stamp for our online visitors! Print this stamp and tape it into your passport book if you've been following us on our website, or any of our social media sites list above. We can experience the park from wherever we are!

Last updated: October 25, 2022

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Gettysburg, PA 17325

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