Romantic Things to Do in Gettysburg

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Gettysburg, PA

Best Romantic Things to Do in Gettysburg for Couples

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  • Carol M
    5 contributions
    You have to see the film, walk through the museum and do the auto tour. Go to the cemetery and view where Lincoln gave the Gettysburg address. It's our country's history.
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • sara h
    5 contributions
    Anyone could spend a whole day there. Did the movie and the panoramic painting. well worth the money.
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • BeachSteelerfans
    Daytona Beach, FL28 contributions
    This museum visit should be paired with the Shriver House museum just down the road. It is a great visual as to the rich and poor families in Gettysburg and how they were affected by the battle in their rural town. The docent presentation before entering the house were the only civilian death occurred during the battle was excellent.
    Written May 1, 2022
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  • trvlseeker
    Lakeland, FL65 contributions
    Easily walkable. check out the map to see where Lincoln gave his address to over 200,000 onlookers. Many monuments to view.
    Written May 26, 2022
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  • mlc317
    Browns Mills, NJ134 contributions
    This place was not open for tours, but you can certainly walk around and see almost everything from the guest house, to the secret service offices, the putting green, and even the helicopter landing pad. It's located away from most sites so it's a peaceful walk. There is some gravel roads in and out so drive slow. Don't forget to peek in the garage.
    Written May 23, 2022
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  • trvlseeker
    Lakeland, FL65 contributions
    We visited during the day but after talking to a shop owner in town about the bridge being haunted we wanted to back at night. Go in pairs for safety.
    Written May 26, 2022
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  • Grammie321
    Boston, MA143 contributions
    An absolutely must see if in the area. Viewing the film, the cyclorama and visiting the museum took the better part of our day. The film, narrated by Morgan Freeman, was well done and set the stage for visiting the museum. The cyclorama is a beautiful piece of art that takes you back in time and gives you the feeling of being there. The museum is fantastic. It's well organized and the white arrows keep you moving in the right direction.
    If you are short on time skip the film and cyclorama and do just the museum and watch the various short films on display there.
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • sara h
    5 contributions
    We ate at the tavern. Very busy place with 45 minute wait. It was worth the wait! Food was excellent and the service friendly and helpful with suggestions or needs.
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • BeachSteelerfans
    Daytona Beach, FL28 contributions
    We arrived here by my mistake and thank our good "misfortune". The 'show' was an excellent first thing to do on our Gettysburg history day. It gave us a very good sense of the scope of the engagement and compensated for the growth of the area since 1863. When we commenced our auto guide tour by car we were able to see past and thru the building that has occurred over the years and get a feel what it was like back in that hot July.
    Written May 1, 2022
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  • Gene R J
    Silver Spring, MD8,015 contributions
    We stopped here before our overnight at nearby Country Inn & Suites by Radisson and spent the midday shopping the new outlet center; buying shoes at Famous Footwear, clothes at Columbia Sportswear, then having lunch at the food court, choosing among the 6 popular restaurants.
    The newer facilities are right off the Rt 15 Freeway and the Baltimore Pike with a large Sheetz Gas at the intersection.
    Written August 29, 2020
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  • Jennifer Z
    13 contributions
    Great atmosphere, fantastic wine selection and the staff are wonderful. You have conversations with them like you’ve known them forever. I make it a point to go once a year now and I look forward to stopping here every trip.
    Written March 31, 2020
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  • L H
    San Antonio, TX2,332 contributions
    This tasting room is located in Lincoln Square at the roundabout in the heart of activity. There is parking on the street but you have to watch carefully for cars entering and exiting this area.
    We walked from our inn so didn’t have to worry about parking. We first visited in early afternoon and then returned later to sit outside and listen to the music.

    Their Sangria was definitely refreshing on a muggy summer eve and priced just under $6. A glass of Merlot was under $7 and very good as well.
    It has a very small patio area in front by the roundabout with four small outdoor metal tables and chairs.
    On the evening we were there, there was a couple performing on acoustic guitars so pleasant to sit and listen and sip wine. But it was hot in late June.
    They also have seating inside and can accommodate different groupos.
    Written November 5, 2018
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  • Brian K
    Emmitsburg, MD52 contributions
    Small theater but great entertainment this is an every year thing for us. We parked in the parking garage not far from the theater. The actors did a wonderful job especially the gentlemen who played Frank N Furter,Brad,and Riff Raff.
    Written October 27, 2019
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  • 981Linda
    Philadelphia, PA168 contributions
    This is a one hour free presentation on the history of the church when it was used as a Civil War Hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg. It begins at 8 p.m. The program uses a combination of period music, songs, and poetry as well as readings from soldiers and nurses who were there, to tell the heartfelt story of this period in the church’s history.
    We thoroughly enjoyed this candlelit program and will be taking our granddaughter during our next visit. The program also included a sing along which we enjoyed. Excellent program! Donations accepted. Tip....arrive a half hour early for a musical prelude.
    Written November 24, 2019
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  • Matthew S
    Oak Ridge, NJ77 contributions
    The atmosphere was upbeat and the staff was awesome.

    They do have wine tastings which are fun but the wine was a little sweet for my taste.

    Recommend anyone looking for a good spot to check it out
    Written June 27, 2020
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