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The Gettysburg Story brings America's greatest battle alive - for buffs and novices. The film uses stunning aerial cinematography and 3D dynamic maps to give a basic understanding of the battle in an hour. It's perfect for newcomers and students...more
We spent the afternoon with the CDs and book for the audio auto tour. Our granddaughters, ages 12 and 15 loved it. It really makes the 3 day battle come alive.
We first went to the visitors center and Cyclorama. This gave us a good...More
This cd and guide book are a great way to experience and understand how the battle of Gettysburg unfolded. You follow how the armies advanced and get some back story of people and the parts they played in the battle. Takes a lot longer than...More
This is a CD in the back of a guidebook that you purchase at the Gettysburg museum and gift shop. I happen to have bought one online and thought this one might be better since it was at the site. It was not. It was...More
We bought the CDs and followed the trail. After having been to the visitor center and museum, this tour really help to tie it all together. The narraration and stories are great and help to give you a fuller picture as to what happened and...More
I pretty much talked myself in and out of doing a battlefield tour about 25 times over the past two days so I thought I'd just head over to the Visitor Center to check it out. On the way I noticed "Auto Tour" signs so...More
Lots of different auto tours to choose from. Spend the money and get this one. Different lengths of tours. Talked between stops not just at the stop. The only downside was you could only listen to it in the car. I could not figure out...More
I bought the 3 cd set with guide book. The narration and instructions are fantastic. Stephen Lang was masterful. You start in the parking lot of the Visitor's Center. Don't worry about getting to stop 1 quickly. take your time. I had to stop at...More
This is the way to see the Battlefields with young kids who get bored easily. We grabbed a map and drove slowly around and stopped at each of the three observation towers and Devils Den (where there is also a small castle looking tower). The...More