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Local farmers provide the freshest fruits and vegetables you'll be able to find. Straight from their gardens to this local market, you and your family will enjoy the finest...
1797 Shriver Homestead and 18th century mill containing both household and gristmill items. Take a tour through the historical home of David and Andrew Shriver.
Boyds Bear collectibles. Visit the museum, gift shop and build your own bear. Plan to spend a couple of hours - lots of fun things to do! This is a whole family fun attraction!!
Local farmers provide fresh fruits and vegetables available as either organic or conventionally grown. If fresh produce isn't your thing, this market has plenty of other goodies...
See a battlefield diorama of over 25,000 handpainted soliders depicting the 3 days of the Battle of Gettysburg.
This was the only home ever owned by General Dwight D. Eisenhower and his wife, Mamie. It served as a refuge when he was President and as a retirement home after he left office....
The great Civil War battle fought here July 1-3, 1863, repulsed the second Confederate invasion of the North. Gettysburg National Cemetery adjoins the park. President Lincoln...
Historic Structures, furnishings, farm equipment and other vehicles, Eisenhower personal possessions, presidential memorabilia, WWII items.
"Ride" the train with President Lincoln as he makes his way to deliver what would become the Gettysburg Address. View over 1000 piece Lincoln Toy Train Collection and learn what...
Open since 1962, this museum has historical scenes staged with wax figures from the past. View the life-size dioramas of the Civil War and go back in time with the main historical...
Experience history as viewed by our Presidents from the past with wax figures and speaking voices. The First Ladies gowns are replicated from the Smithsonian Institution...
View exhibits with artifacts from not only the Civil War but other American conflicts. See a Confederate encampment and dioramas.
This original house, more than 160 years old, has been restored to its historic authenticity. See the homestead of the only civilian to die in the Civil War, Jennie Wade.