The Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum has 4 floors of exhibits. There are not too many displays. There is a lot of reading in each floor. We did not do the cupola tour because it was expensive to add on. The museum shows how the seminary went from being a seminary to field hospital during the civil war. Some of the original floor boards remain. For those of weak stomachs some of the pictures and displays on the 3rd floor can be hard to handle. The building is very nicely rehabbed.
They do a very good job explaining how the seminary played an important role in the civil war.
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