Things To Do

  • A park ranger presents a program on the battlefield. He is surrounded by dozens of visitors.

    Ranger Programs

    Learn more about what ranger programs are offered throughout the year for visitors of all ages. Seasonal schedules are posted here.

  • A park ranger shows the crowd a picture during a battle walk in an open field with a wooden fence.

    Special Events and Programs

    Rangers present in-depth programs on the people & places that shaped the battle on our battlewalk & campfire programs offered in the summer.

  • A park ranger leads a Pickett's Charge battle anniversary program to a large crowd in an open field.

    Battle Anniversary Programs

    Join Park Rangers for FREE guided programs that explore the 157th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.

  • Confederate living historians demonstrate how to load and fire a cannon to a large group of visitors

    Living History Programs

    From the roar of artillery to the flash of bayonets, living history demonstrations help bring the past to life.

  • 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.

  • The only know picture of Abraham Lincoln during the November 19, 1863 cemetery dedication ceremony.

    Dedication Day Events

    Numerous events take place on November 19 each year. This date marks the anniversary of the dedication of Soldiers' National Cemetery.

  • A scene from the Cyclorama painting depicting two Union officers on horseback leading their troops.

    Cyclorama Painting

    The Gettysburg Cyclorama oil painting immerses visitors in the fury of Pickett’s Charge during the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.

  • A horseback riding trail winds through the woods. There is little bit of snow on the ground.

    Horseback Riding Trails

    Visit this page to learn more about the designated bridle trails for horseback riding throughout the park.

Last updated: May 19, 2022

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