Explore Gettysburg with your group.
The battlefield is vast.
The names are legendary.
The experience is humbling.
The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center is the official start to your Gettysburg visit.
Begin with the Film, Cyclorama & Museum Experience.
- See the film A New Birth of Freedom.
- Sense Pickett’s Charge all around you in the light and sound show of the iconic Gettysburg Cyclorama.
- Journey through the events surrounding the Civil War and the Battle of Gettysburg in the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War.
Tour the Battlefield: Enhance your group visit with a bus tour of the battlefield with a Licensed Battlefield Guide. Step onto hallowed ground and enrich your experience as your bus makes stops at some of the battlefield’s most iconic locations.
Take some time to shop and dine at the Museum & Visitor Center:
- Shop in the Gettysburg Museum Bookstore where your group will find an extensive collection of books, gifts, memorabilia and–of course–the must-have Gettysburg t-shirt.
- Dine in the Refreshment Saloon (currently closed), modeled after an actual Civil War-era saloon or groups can take advantage of convenient dining options with group breakfasts, dinners and boxed meals from the Battlegrounds Cafe & Grille.
Enjoy special group programs. Take your group close up and behind the scenes with an exclusive, after-hours look at the iconic Cyclorama painting.
Discover the secrets of the Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama with an all-access look at this historic treasure. Take an interactive tour through the construction, preservation and immersive effects of the majestic painting of Pickett's Charge. Your group will step inside the illusion, hear the story, admire the artwork and even find a few surprises.
Include these historic sites for a legendary group visit:
- Groups can board the shuttle bus to visit the home and farm of our 34th President Dwight and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower’s weekend retreat and retirement home. The Eisenhower National Historic Site provides an intimate look at the home life of Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower. CURRENTLY CLOSED
- Groups can tour the David Wills House, a National Park Service interactive seven-gallery museum, in downtown Gettysburg. The home where President Lincoln stayed prior to delivering his Gettysburg Address, the David Wills House also served as a center for compassion and inspiration in the days and months following the Battle of Gettysburg. CURRENTLY CLOSED
Groups of 16 or more receive special opportunities including group discounts, dine-in/boxed meals, dedicated group entrance, bus parking and special group programs.
Call 877-874-2478 or 717-334-2436 to customize your group’s visit.