Visit Spangler's Spring on Culp's Hill on the Gettysburg Battlefield
Learn about botched orders, deadly struggles and the myth of comradery at the Spring.
Walk the Union Lines at Gettysburg
The Union fishhook at Gettysburg is one of the most famous military positions in history, and walking it can be an enlightening experience.
Walk the Confederate Lines on Seminary Ridge
Walking even part of this line will uncover numerous Confederate memorials and markers and will impress you with the size of the armies.
Walk the fields of Pickett's Charge
Put yourself back into the summer of 1863 and step off with the Army of Northern Virginia as they tried to win a crowning victory in Pennsylvania -- and learn why they failed to do so.
Climb the southwestern face of Little Round Top
Walking, charging or climbing among the rocks on Little Round Top's slopes is a rite of passage for any Civil War enthusiast.
Tour the Gettysburg Battlefield by horse
See the field as officers did.
See what used to be Gettysburg's most popular hill -- Culp's.
In rear of the main Union line and commanding the critical Baltimore Pike, the Union defense of Culp's Hill was actually more important than that on Little Round Top.
Walk around the strangest Civil War site -- Devil's Den
This is among the wildest and strangest of Civil War battle sites, the site of 1,800 casualties and some of the war's most famous photographs.
Visit the East Cavalry Battlefield at Gettysburg
Among the least visited parts of the Gettysburg battlefield, one cannot claim to know the battle until seeing the ground where the horsemen struggled.
Visit the Cyclorama at the Gettysburg Visitor Center
Immerse yourself in this 400x50-foot, 360-degree painting which places you at the climax of Pickett's Charge.
Climb the Culp's Hill Tower
From the top of the tower, you can see nearly the entire Union and Confederate lines at Gettysburg.
Climb Big Round Top at Gettysburg
The larger of Gettysburg's two Round Tops will impress you as a military position and as a challenging hike!
Visit the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center
This is among the premier facilities to conduct Civil War research and there are numerous other War Between the States connections here as well.
Visit the Eternal Peace Light Memorial
This is the only memorial at Gettysburg dedicated to peace and one of the few eternal flames in the country.
Climb the Seminary Ridge Tower
Get a great aerial view of where Longstreet's Confederates attacked on the afternoon of July 2, 1863.
Visit the National Civil War Museum
With a focus upon the war as a whole, this facility houses an outstanding collection of Civil War artifacts.
Visit Reynolds' Woods at Gettysburg
On the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg, one of the most respected generals in the Army of the Potomac, Gen. John Reynolds, was killed here.
Visit the Triangular Field at Gettysburg
During the Battle of Gettysburg, it became a virtual carpet of blue, gray, and red.
Visit the Peach Orchard at Gettysburg
As Confederates plowed through Union defenders, this became one of the bloodiest places on the war's bloodiest battlefield
See Philadelphia's Civil War sites
Key to the Pennsylvania war effort, learn how Philadelphia supported the Keystone state during the American Civil War.
See the site of the Gettysburg Address
This first National Cemetery on a battlefield was the site of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Visit the Soldiers and Sailors Military History Museum
This site commemorates Allegheny County veterans who served in the Civil War and has been expanded to honor those who served through Desert Storm as well.
Visit the Famous Railroad Cut on the Gettysburg Battlefield
See the depth of the cut and appreciate its defensive capabilities. Many men were captured there on the first day.
Visit Wheatland -- home of President James Buchanan
See the home of a man as intertwined in the coming of the Civil War as anyone.
Walk the Slopes of East Cemetery Hill
See where the Confederates captured cannons and broke the Union lines!
Stand on America's bloodiest piece of property -- Sherfy's farm.
Some 9,000 casualties were suffered on Sherfy's land in what Confederate General James Longstreet called, "The best three hours fighting ever done by any troops on any battlefield."
Visit the Pennsylvania Civil War Flags Collection
Enjoy the rare opportunity to see a variety of Pennsylvania's Civil War flags, up close
See where Lincoln finished writing the Gettysburg Address.
Stand in the room at the Wills House, on Gettysburg's town square, where Lincoln put the finishing touches on his famous speech.
Visit the Lutheran Theological Seminary
Civil War hospital and observation point, the oldest active Lutheran Seminary in the country started in this building.
- Climb Big Round Top at Gettysburg
- Climb the Culp's Hill Tower
- Climb the Seminary Ridge Tower
- Climb the southwestern face of Little Round Top
- See Philadelphia's Civil War sites
- See the site of the Gettysburg Address
- See what used to be Gettysburg's most popular hill -- Culp's.
- See where Lincoln finished writing the Gettysburg Address.
- Stand on America's bloodiest piece of property -- Sherfy's farm.
- Tour the Gettysburg Battlefield by horse
- Visit Reynolds' Woods at Gettysburg
- Visit Spangler's Spring on Culp's Hill on the Gettysburg Battlefield
- Visit the Cyclorama at the Gettysburg Visitor Center
- Visit the East Cavalry Battlefield at Gettysburg
- Visit the Eternal Peace Light Memorial
- Visit the Famous Railroad Cut on the Gettysburg Battlefield
- Visit the Lutheran Theological Seminary
- Visit the National Civil War Museum
- Visit the Peach Orchard at Gettysburg
- Visit the Pennsylvania Civil War Flags Collection
- Visit the Soldiers and Sailors Military History Museum
- Visit the Triangular Field at Gettysburg
- Visit the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center
- Visit the Union Eleventh Corps Line at Gettysburg
- Visit Wheatland -- home of President James Buchanan
- Walk around the strangest Civil War site -- Devil's Den
- Walk the Confederate Lines on Seminary Ridge
- Walk the fields of Pickett's Charge
- Walk the Slopes of East Cemetery Hill
- Walk the Union Lines at Gettysburg
Civil War 150 Book
Civil War 150