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Highlights include tours of decorated historic homes, Christmas Parade, live nativity scene, caroling, holiday concerts, holiday dessert tasting, candlelight walking tour and New Year's Eve Celebration
140th Anniversary Reenactments
Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau offers Free Booklet
Coming this summer to gettysburg.com:
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
A National Holiday to reflect upon the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights leader.
Gettysburg's Unknown Battlefield
Yes, there was a Gettysburg before the 1863 Battle
Tourism 2nd largest industry in Adams County
Lincoln Train Station to be Restored
What's Camping All About?
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