NATIONAL PARK SERVICE MUSEUM AND VISITOR CENTER
The National Park Service Museum and Visitor Center at 1195 Baltimore Pike (Rt. 97) is the place to begin your visit. The center offers information on park tours and local information, a museum that illustrates the story of the Civil War and the epic Battle of Gettysburg, the film "A New Birth of Freedom" narrated by award winning actor Morgan Freeman, and the Gettysburg Cyclorama, the 1884 depiction of the final fury at Gettysburg, "Pickett's Charge". The center also hosts a Resources Room with information on park exhibits and soldier search databases, an expansive bookstore and Refreshment Saloon. Refer to our Fees and Reservations page for the price of entry to the museum exhibits, film and cyclorama program. The Museum and Visitor Center is operated by the Gettysburg Foundation.