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Nestled in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, Gettysburg is a place of rich history as well as charm. Gettysburg hotels are the perfect destination for the traveler who wants some old fashioned rest and relaxation. Hotels in Gettysburg are a step above the rest offering great vacation packages designed for families, newlyweds, history buffs, senior citizens, and singles. The historic tours of the famous Civil War battleground are the main draw, but visitors will be pleased with this city’s small town identity as a place for education, adventure, and fun.

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Parks

Gettysburg National Military Park is a must see for families and history enthusiasts—the one-of-a-kind place where President Lincoln gave his famous address. Tours depart from most Gettysburg hotels.

Dining

Wet your whistle and be prepared to sit a while to enjoy the cuisine at Farnsworth House, where you will be served by a staff dressed in Civil War togs. The house specialty is the “Game Pie.” Sea food lovers stop in at Dave and Jane’s Crab House.

Shopping

The Outlet Shops in Gettysburg is a great place to take the family; there are 70-plus stores, 10 cinemas, food courts, and restaurants.

Exhibitions

The Golden Lane Art and Antique Gallery has over 300,000 feet of display area and around 100 professional dealers. It’s an antique lover’s delight about 10 miles East of Gettysburg on Route 30.

Entertainment

The American Music Theatre features pop-rock, country & western, comedy, and AMT originals. Trace Atkins, Scotty McCreery, and the Good Old Boys frequent the AMT Theatre.

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