The Adams County Historical Society works to identify, preserve, and tell the stories of the people, organizations, businesses, and events that have shaped Adams County, Pennsylvania.
HARB regulates the erection, reconstruction, alteration, restoration, demolition or razing of buildings within the historic district of Gettysburg.
Eisenhower National Historic Site is the home and farm of General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield, the farm served the President as a weekend retreat and a meeting place for world leaders.
The Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association is the oldest Civil War battlefield preservation organization in the nation. The GBPA has purchased and donated several hundred acres of land to the Gettysburg National Military Park
The Civil War Era Studies offers courses in all aspects of the Civil War Era including military, social, intellectual and political history.
A non-profit philanthropic educational organization that operates in partnership with the National Park Service to preserve Gettysburg National Military Park and the Eisenhower National Historic Site, and to educate the public about their significance.
The Gettysburg National Military Park protects and interprets the landscape of the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War. The park is managed by the National Park Service. Many of the park's artifacts are displayed in the Gettysburg Museum and Visitor's Center.
The ALBG is an organization of Federally licensed guides conducting tours of Gettysburg National Military Park. Tours are available year round on all subjects related to Gettysburg.
Destination Gettysburg is a membership organization that promotes tourism for Adams County, Pennsylvania and supports members through marketing initiatives.
Take a guided tour of the most historic cemetery in Gettysburg - Evergreen Cemetery - and learn about the notable people who are buried there including Jennie Wade, the only civilian killed in the Battle of Gettysburg.
The mission of the Civil War Round Table of Gettysburg is to promote and perpetuate the study of the American Civil War, with particular concern for its relationship to Gettysburg and the surrounding area.
Civil War history through an interdisciplinary approach dedicated to public interpretation, historic preservation, public policy, teaching, and academic research.
The Gettysburg Licensed Town Historians, also known as Gettysburg Licensed Town Guides, specialize in providing walking tours of Gettysburg to individuals or groups of any size and age.
Located on Seminary Ridge, the musuem exhibits connect individuals and groups to the dilemmas which led to the Civil War, provide a powerful and personal view of the battle's first day, and show the work of one of the battlefield's largest field hospitals.