Category: Out and About

10 Places to Tune into Live Music in Gettysburg

June 21, 2017

How can you make a beautiful evening in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania even better? Add in some live music at the end of your night to help you relax. Many of Gettysburg’s restaurants, breweries and wineries feature live, local musicians on the weekends. We’ve compiled a list of some of these spots to catch a tune!

Reid’s Winery

Reid’s Winery’s popularly attended weekend concert series, Music in the Valley, is held in the summer and fall at their home winery in Orrtanna, Pa. Buy a bottle of wine, bring a picnic lunch and take in the gorgeous mountain views as you listen to local ... Read This Story

Can’t-Miss Summer Festivals in Gettysburg

June 1, 2017

Festival season is upon us, and the Gettysburg area is delivering this summer with so many festivals to enjoy. We’ve rounded up a list of ones that can’t be missed – there’s something for everyone on this exciting list of summer festivals.

Gettysburg Brass Band Festival – June 8-10

Brass bands from across the Mid-Atlantic come together in Gettysburg for three days of musical fun for Gettysburg’s Brass Band Festival. Throughout the weekend at various locations in town, the brass bands perform their best tunes for all to enjoy. Take in the music for an hour, a day or even the entire weekend. ... Read This Story

10 Spring Things to Get Excited About in Gettysburg

March 29, 2017

As spring draws near in Adams County, Pa., we see the quaint town of Gettysburg and the neighboring areas preparing for a time of fruitfulness and beauty. Among other experiences, it signifies the beginning of outdoor adventures, live music overlooking breathtaking orchards and the opening of farm markets to purchase fresh locally-grown produce.

We prepared a list of some of these signature spring things to get excited about in Gettysburg.

 

Living History Weekends on the Battlefield

You always know that spring is upon us when the Living History Weekends begin on the Gettysburg Battlefield at the beginning of April. Confederate and Union living ... Read This Story

12 Family-Friendly Attractions in Gettysburg

March 2, 2017

Families from around the country love Gettysburg and Adams County not just because it offers a one-of-a-kind educational experience, but because it also provides families with children of all ages with a wide variety of opportunities for fun, for exploration and for long-lasting memories.

There are so many fun and exciting ways to enjoy Gettysburg as a family, and we’ve compiled a list of 12 experiences that will make you want to pack up the car and take that family road trip this year.

1. Land of Little Horses

We’ll start small – miniature even. Land of Little Horses is a place where ... Read This Story

Retail Therapy in Gettysburg

February 23, 2017

By Donna White – I admit it, I like to shop. Some would say that’s a problem, but everything in moderation, right? Sometimes shopping for me is just a way to get out of the house or office and think about something else. It’s kind of a mini escape, a way to rejuvenate and move forward. Gettysburg has so many little gems for those retail therapy getaways.

The Country Curiosity Shop located inside the historic Dobbin House at 89 Steinwehr Avenue, Gettysburg, is one of those shops that has a little bit of everything – from jams, fruit butters and candy, to ... Read This Story

Eight Great Gettysburg Dates!

February 2, 2017

If you’re tired of staying in and watching Netflix, sweep your significant other off their feet with one of these Gettysburg dates! These experiences are the ones that will bring you closer, and will create memories that you’ll be talking about for years to come.

1. Go on a hike

Taking a scenic hike through the beautiful wooded trails at Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve will add an element of excitement to your relationship. Discover the wildlife in Adams County and enjoy the view!

2. Take a ghost tour

Pull your loved one in close as you walk through the streets of haunted Gettysburg. Learn ... Read This Story

2016 Year in Photos – Gettysburg, Pa.

December 29, 2016

The year of 2016 was a great one in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania! Gettysburg welcomed in Mason Dixon Distillery, as well as another Appalachian Brewing Company located on Steinwehr Avenue. The first Gettysburg Battlefield Marathon and PA Cider Festival took place. We saw the restoration of General Lee’s Headquarters and the opening of an ice rink at Liberty Mountain Resort. We also celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Let’s take a look back at some awesome Instagram photos taken by our visitors in 2016!

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Although 2016 was a phenomenal year, we know 2017 has some even more exciting things in ... Read This Story

5 Ideas for a Girls’ Night Out in Gettysburg

December 8, 2016

Sometimes life can get a little hectic and you just need a night out with your girls. Next time you need a break from the kids, or maybe even a break from your significant other, get your group of girlfriends together and take a road trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to try a couple of these awesome ideas. Better yet, make it a weekend getaway and squeeze in all five!

 

1. Drink wine

When a woman need’s to unwind, often the first solution to come to mind is to grab a glass… or bottle… of wine. Adams County has three wineries with amazing ... Read This Story

The 10 Best Photo Opps in Gettysburg!

November 23, 2016

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, is beautiful as well as humbling. If you’re looking for the best photo opps in Gettysburg, we have just the list for you! Whether you want a silly picture with the family, a landscape shot of the gorgeous scenery or a photo to remember the history of these hallowed grounds – here are the perfect spots in Gettysburg!

1. With the Abe Lincoln Statue at Lincoln Square 

A photo posted by David Hopkins (@hopkinsdr) on Sep ... Read This Story

Ten Ways to Experience Gettysburg for Free

August 25, 2016

Gettysburg has always been known as an affordable destination. With inexpensive lodging, dining and attractions, it’s a great destination for a variety of travelers, especially families.

And there’s no price more affordable than free.

The region boasts a variety of free activities, museums and tours that make the trip enjoyable and give visitors some extra money for a nice dinner or souvenir.

We’ve compiled our list of free experiences in and around Gettysburg. Whether you are on a low budget or not, these free experiences in and around Gettysburg are worth discovering.

 

Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg National Military Park draws nearly more than ... Read This Story