From the historic Civil War battlefields to the scenic rolling hills lush with fruit trees, it’s no surprise Adams County is one of America’s favorite places to visit. Here history intersects with art, tradition meets adventure and generations gather under one purpose – that our history and the sacrifices of our forefathers might not be forgotten. But stay for a while and you’ll soon discover we’re more than just history. We’re shopping and antiquing. We’re outdoor adventure and family fun. We’re a foodie’s paradise with great restaurants and a burgeoning wine and hard cider industry. And that’s what makes Gettysburg one of the Mid-Atlantic’s most popular tourism destinations.
With so much to offer, Adams County’s livelihood is tourism. The population of Gettysburg – a town of under 8,000 residents – swells to many more times its size in summer months, particularly over the anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg from July 1-3 each year.
Let Destination Gettysburg help plan your visit at destinationgettysburg.com.
Apr 2, 2017
Taste of the Town 2017
Taste of the Town in the ballroom at Eisenhower Hotel, 2-5pm
Apr 19, 2017
Economic Breakfast at SpiriTrust Lutheran at the Village of Gettysburg, 7am
Apr 20, 2017
April Membership Mixer
Membership Mixer at Courtyard by Marriott, 5-7pm
May 1, 2017
Business Appreciation Educational Program
Business Appreication Educational Program, in conjunction with Rotary Club of Gettysburg, at Gettysburg Hotel, 11:45am
May 11, 2017
2017 Awards Breakfast
Awards Breakfast at Dobbin House Tavern, 7am
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