Ranger Programs at Gettysburg
Gettysburg offers a variety of ranger guided programs and battlefield walks for park visitors throughout the year. A full schedule of programs is offered during the summer months from mid-June through mid August with select programs that highlight different aspects of the battlefield and cemetery provided in the spring and fall. We also offer our Mid-Winter Lecture Series of indoor programs, held at the Museum and Visitor Center from January through March. Check our park web site prior to your visit for updated schedules and announcements!
2016 Fall Ranger Programs
During the fall months, Gettysburg National Military Park offers a daily schedule of free ranger guided programs that bring to the life the story of the Battle of Gettysburg and the American Civil War. All programs vary in length from 30 to 90 minutes depending on the subject matter and location. Best of all, ranger guided programs are free of charge!
Here you will find a brief description of our programs and when you visit be certain to pick up a copy of our "Today in the Park" guide that lists all of your choices for programs, tours and other events of interest.
For more information call the park at (717) 334-4468.
2016 Fall Camp Fire Programs
Rangers present evening campfire talks on a wide variety of topics on the Battle of Gettysburg and the American Civil War.
Held every evening at 7 pm at the Pitzer Woods Amphitheater, Auto Tour Stop #6. Schedule is subject to change.