The museum is very well thought out. It has four floors each dedicated to some aspect of the battle of Gettysburg. The Field Hospital rooms are especially realistic. If you are interested in the civilian reaction to the battle or the civilian culture (German Lutherans), it is sublime. It is very pricey to get the panoramic view of Gettysburg from the cupola and unless you are well-heeled, probably not worth it. We are locals and have seen every museum in the area. This one is extremely complementary to the Visitors' Center Museum. There is not much overlap. Outstanding paintings by Gale Gallon decorate the walls with scenes of the battle. Some unique documents and artifacts. To the Civil War aficionado this museum is a must.
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