Plan Your Visit

  • A battle map of the Gettysburg area.
    Basic Information

    Operating hours, fees & passes, permits & reservations, and pet information.

  • A park ranger points out a battlefield location off in the distance while a large crowd of looks on.
    Directions & Transportation

    How to get to the park and transportation within the park.

  • A brown metal sign with an arrow pointed right that reads
    Eating & Sleeping

    Picnicking and Lodging within the park.

  • A group of Confederate living historians march across the field. A red barn is in the distance.
    Places To Go

    The Visitor Center, McMillan Woods Campground, David Wills House, and the Eisenhower National Historic Site.

  • A park ranger leads a large group on one of the many ranger programs held throughout the year.
    Things To Do

    Ranger programs, living history programs, and horseback riding.

  • The annual Remembrance Day Illumination in the Soldiers' National Cemetery.

    Ranger programs and special events.

  • A group of Confederate artillery living historians fire a cannon during a demonstration.

    What to know before and during your visit.

  • A close up picture of a deer tick on a small wooden stick.
    Tick Safety

    Take precautions when you and your pets are out on the battlefield. Learn more about how to protect yourself and your pets.

  • Pink wildflowers grow on the battlefield next to a stone wall. A red barn is in the distance.

    Where to go, things to do, and best activities when accessibility is on your mind.

Last updated: May 24, 2023

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1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

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