Visit sites from the Battle of Gettysburg on a bus tour with a guide who tells you about the phases of the 3-day battle, which was a turning point in the American Civil War. See Devil's Den, Little Round Top, the location of Pickett's charge and more. If you're a history or war buff, don't miss this chance to learn about a pivotal piece of the United States' past.
Fully immerse yourself in Gettysburg—site of one of the Civil War’s most important battles—with a self-led audio driving tour. This flexible option, which includes a GPS map, audio narration, and online support, can be downloaded after purchasing, and never expires. Set off at a time that works best for you; drive to key battle locations, monuments, and more; and learn all about those three pivotal days of fighting from the narration.
Come on our chilling ghost tour presented by US Ghost Adventures!
The Civil War Ghosts tour allows participants to investigate the eerie and historic narratives of each of our carefully chosen tour destinations. Our tour guides will take you securely through the darkened streets while telling you tales of mystery, fear, and tragedy. There will be many chances for you to witness the supernatural force of this ancient city.
Discover the Battle of Gettysburg from the perspective of the people who lived there during the war at the Gettysburg Heritage Center. See artifacts and historical documents, plus interactive and 3-D displays to learn about the events that took place in this historic town before, during, and after the battle.
Gettysburg was the single deadliest battle in the Civil War, and the site of its dramatic turning point—and this walking tour will immerse visitors in that dark history, as well as the ghostly happenings that were said to occur in its aftermath. Meet your guide after sundown, and see many of Gettysburg’s key sights up close. Your guide will share spooky stories and facts to bring the history to life.
Gettysburg is the site of the Civil War’s bloodiest battle—and many claim that the town is still haunted by the legacy of that conflict. See a new side of the area when you explore late at night, and learn all about local ghost stories and frights, on this eerie walking tour. After a historical overview, your group will grab ghost-hunting gear to see what frights you turn up.
Ghostly encounters have long been associated with Gettysburg, given the area’s violent past—and this flexible, self-led audio driving tour will guide you to the most supposedly haunted Gettysburg locations. After purchasing, download the audio file and explore whenever suits your schedule. Set off by car from the Gettysburg Heritage Center, follow the map and instructions, and listen to local author Mark Nesbitt’s spooky storytelling while viewing key historical landmarks.
As the site of one of the bloodiest battles in American history, the Battle of Gettysburg led to the death of over 50,000 people. This 3-day battle has influenced dozens of stories about ghosts and hauntings, many of which you’ll hear about during this walking tour. Some tales are more historical than haunted, though the traumatic conflict has left its mark on sites like the Gettysburg Hotel and The Union Hotel where spirits reportedly lurk.
An area is always impacted by a significant loss.
Over 50,000 people died as a result of the Battle of Gettysburg. More people died during those three days than at any other point in the war. The killing spread to the homes and the streets. That fact weighed hard on all sides, and the final cost had little to do with ideas of Union or Confederate, good or bad.
Almost all of our ghost stories and tales of hauntings on this trip center on the amazing and horrible warfare that ravaged this area and changed the course of the war. Every statement you will hear, no matter how horrible, tragic, or unbelievable, is actually grounded in reality.
While not every story is scary, what you'll hear on our tour should give you an idea of how important, and yet destructive, the Battle of Gettysburg was, and how crucial it is to understand its historical significance to this town. Join us tonight and discover the real and human tragedies of war, and the impact they left.
Perfect for history buffs and independent-minded travelers, this self-led Gettysburg tour bundle will introduce you to all of the region’s key landmarks—and will educate you about this pivotal, bloody episode of the Civil War. Included is an immersive driving tour that will include stops at locations like Culp’s Hill and the Gettysburg National Cemetery; a spooky ghost tour; plus two walking tours of the Devil’s Den and Seminary Ridge battlefields.
Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together!
Welcome to the narrated self-driving tour of the Battle of Gettysburg, the most important battle of the Civil War! Here, Union forces staged a nearly impossible defense against Confederate attackers and won! Drive in the footsteps of Civil War soldiers, re-live the battle strategies of the key Gettysburg generals and embark on an adventure that brings this historic three-day battle to life. This self-guided audio & GPS tour allows you to explore Gettysburg’s historic wonders with maximum flexibility, safety, and value.
Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a password and an app. Download the app, enter the password & download the tour. When you arrive, go to the Gettysburg Heritage Center to start the tour. Stick to the tour route & speed limit for the best experience.
No expiration — the tour is available from the minute you book until forever!
This isn't an entrance ticket.
Think you know the whole story of Gettysburg? Think again! This self-guided walking tour of downtown Gettysburg brings to life the civilians swept up in the chaos of the Civil War’s deadliest battle. Discover tales of hardship and heroism as ordinary people found themselves caught in extraordinary times.
No expiration — The tour comes with lifetime validity!
This is not an entrance ticket to attractions along the route. Check opening hours before your visit.
Explore Gettyburg's haunted sites at your own pace and schedule on this Smart Phone Navigated solo tour on our walking tour app.
At $5.50 this is the best deal in town.
The tour is professionally narrated with a spooky narrator, and infused with music to set the scene.
The tour never expires. Take it as many times as you wish.
After the on location tour you'll unlock a virtual tour you can listen to anytime. Relive the tour later.
The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the bloodiest in history. This old town was turned into a battlefield and the smell of death was thick in the air. Tonight, you will walk through these haunted streets as we search to uncover what goes bump in the night.
Welcome to the self-guided walking tour of Seminary Ridge Trail, where the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg played out! Union and Confederate soldiers battled ferociously for control of this strategic ridge and its make-shift hospital. This walking tour transports you to July 1863, to view this bloody battleground from the eyes of the generals calling out orders, the soldiers fighting for their lives, and the civilians caught in the crossfire.
This self-guided audio & GPS-enabled walking tour allows you to explore the historic Seminary Ridge Trail in Gettysburg with maximum flexibility, convenience, and value. This tour is NOT an entry ticket to any museums along the trail. You can select any Travel Date for this tour since it’s completely self-guided and can be used infinitely.
Once you book, look for an email and text with instructions. Follow these to download the tour guide app and enter your unique password. Stick to the tour route for the best experience.
No other town can boast the history of Gettysburg. It's fascinating birth, its role in the battle, President Abraham Lincoln's visit to give his immortal address, a president who settled here, and so much more!
Go beyond the traditional topics of the Battle of Gettysburg and learn about the women who contributed to the battle during this half-day walking tour. Stroll through Gettysburg with your guide while they discuss the feats that ordinary women performed during the Civil War, such as burying the dead, caring for the wounded, and protecting local families. You’ll see a variety of statues, monuments, and houses honoring these women throughout the tour.
Gettysburg's history is familiar to everybody who has heard of it. Pickett's Charge is one of the Civil War's most famous battlegrounds. But how about the culinary scene? The area around Gettysburg is rich in agriculture. Dairy farms and breweries, as well as vegetable and fruit farms, are booming. Gettysburg's lesser-known culinary scene is worth investigating. Visitors and chefs alike go to the state's largest city to experience some of the state's best cuisine. With Dutch traditions as well as rising Philadelphia influences, Gettysburg is quickly becoming a hot spot for foodies.
Set off on a scrumptious savory walking tour of Gettysburg's best local haunts. On this tour, you'll be consuming local delicacies such pretzels and apple hand pie. Learn why Cheesesteaks are a favored comfort food among the natives. You'll be able to enjoy some of the country's best food. It's a great trip for foodies and history buffs alike.
* Restaurants visited and foods sampled are subject to change
While history tends to focus on the famous, this tour will examine the everyday individuals, particularly women, who looked out for the weak, treated the sick and injured, buried the dead, and made life as secure as they could for the families left behind as the town's men left for the war. You'll learn about the lives of women like Mary McAllister, Sallie Myers, and Philinda Humiston who are rarely mentioned in history books but had a significant impact on this close-knit community during some of its darkest times, as well as women like Tillie Pierce, Jennie Wade, and Elizabeth Thorn who have houses or statues named after them. With the help of this unique tour, learn more about the Wonder Women of Gettysburg.
Search experiences that may have limited interaction with crowds.
Search experiences with increased health and safety practices.