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Welcome to the Gaslight Inn
An in-town oasis, The Gaslight Inn is conveniently located just one block from Lincoln Square, the center of Gettysburg, PA and one block from East Confederate Avenue, the Culps Hill area of the Battlefield.
The Most Famous Small Town in AmericaThe Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the American Civil War. For three hot days in July 1863, our small Pennsylvania town was the scene of hard-fought battles, esteemed bravery and the bloodshed of 51,000 men.
With a much needed Union victory, many historians agree that it was on these hallowed grounds that our nation was saved, and deem the Battle of Gettysburg as the defining moment that changed the direction of the war and the morale of the nation. After nearly 150 years what happened in Gettysburg is not forgotten. We invite you to visit and walk in the footsteps of history.
Starting back up in August 2021, "History before breakfast"
Discoveries Beyond Gettysburg: Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show
One of the “200 Best” Fine Art and Craft Shows in the nation, under the trees of Old Chautauqua. Mount Gretna is a small Victorian community founded in the late 1800s as a summer resort. Many of the original cottages surround an open-air playhouse where numerous cultural events are held. Our quaint atmosphere attracts many visitors every summer for music, theater, a visit to the local ice cream shop or just a walk in the woods and, of course, to the Art Show!Outstanding local musicians add to the festivities with Jazz, Bluegrass, Folk, and Pop music performed on a stage adjacent to the food court patron seating area. Strolling performers will delight children of all ages. Enjoy lunch or a snack while listening to some of your favorite songs, and the food vendors will impress with their variety and quality.9AM Pick Up/Drop Off: Gettysburg Tour Center: 778 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325$50 per person
81st Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival
It’s time for the annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Our internationally acclaimed festival hosts bands and fans from around the world! Be a part of Granite Hill’s Bluegrass Festival history and call for tickets today. You will enjoy four days of live music on two stages and informative workshops.In addition to the main stage performances, an extensive Workshop Stage schedule is planned for Thursday through Saturday, hosted by Mike and Gay Henderson. The workshop stage presents a wide variety of informative workshops and learning sessions presented by favorite performers in an up-close informal setting.Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance at a reduced price. For more information, visit www.gettysburgbluegrass.com or call 800-642-8368.
Considering a trip to Gettysburg later this year?
Check out these upcoming events
The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center
May 1 - September 30, 2021 - Open Daily from 9 am to 5 pm.
The battlefield and roads are open thirty minutes before sunrise to thirty minutes after sunset.Comfort Stations located throughout the park are open for visitors during regular park hours.
New Oxford’s 65th Annual Market on the Square
Come out to New Oxford for the 65th Annual Market on the Square. Market on the Square features a wide variety of vendors selling antiques, vintage and collectible items, handmade crafts and delicious food! New this year: a small farmer’s market. There’s something for everyone at this free, family friendly event!
Evening “Walks Through History” Series – 2021
Tuesdays, June - August at 5 PM
2021 will mark the tenth year of Licensed Battlefield Guide-led “Walks Through History” on summer Tuesday evenings, Guides will lead an evening walk dedicated to a specific topic. These are ideal for those who desire a more in-depth look at one aspect of the Battle of Gettysburg, or for those simply looking for something to do on a beautiful, and at times not-so-beautiful, summer evening. Each session is offered for a fee of $35, payable to the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides.https://gettysburgtourguides.org/tuesday-history-walks-main/
One Hundred Nights of Taps
7 pm daily, May 31 through September 11
Join us in honoring those who have served our nation with the famous 24-note call and taps ceremony.Buglers across the nation will be sounding “Taps” for the ceremony. They are professionals, veterans, teachers, students, re-enactors and other talented individuals who assist in the “Taps” ceremony at military funerals.This year will extend to September 11th, and will include a special closing commemoration of the 20th Anniversary.
Antique & Vintage Outdoor Market at the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg
August 21, September 18 and October 23 from 8am - 2pm
Join The Outlet Shoppes and Rebel’s Roost for the best monthly Antique & Vintage Outdoor Market in the area! Enjoy a day of treasure hunting, food trucks and shopping all in one location!
Pour Tour Shuttle–Wine
Friday August 13, September 10, October 15, November 12
Join the Pour Tour revolution and let us do the driving! We have selected a combination of Wineries, Breweries, Cideries and Distilleries from the Adams County Pour Tour to give you a true taste of Adams County. You have selected the Wine Friday Tour. Your reservation includes a free gift, complimentary waters, a guide to the locations you are visiting. Most importantly, our guests will enjoy a safe and reliable mode of transportation to enjoy the variety of beverages available. Beverages and food (where available) are purchased separately at each location. We will have Adams County Pour Tour passports available to help you on your way to earning unique prizes through your tasting adventure.Find out more, https://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com/bus-tours/pour-tour-shuttle/
History Before Breakfast
Tuesday Morning (8 am - 9 am)
A Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide will conduct a discussion about the Civil War period of our history.
Wednesday Morning (8 am - 9 am)
Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide, Stuart Dempsey, will conduct a question & answer session for our guests, as well as speaking on various topics of Civil War history.
Gettysburg battlefield photography by Ron Zanoni, Ronald Phillip Photography