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Honoring the Past - Safeguarding the Future

The Gettysburg Foundation partners with the National Park Service to preserve Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site, and to educate the public about their significance.

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The Gettysburg Museum & Visitor Center

Built in 1852, Sachs bridge spans Marsh Creek and was used by Union and Confederate troops in 1863.

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The Gettysburg Foundation engages Americans in constructive conversations about leadership, citizenship, civility and conciliation in our democracy. Find out how you can become a part of this legacy.

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Explore One
Gettysburg National Military Park and Visitor Center

The National Park Service recommends you start at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center to get the most from your visit.

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The Gettysburg Museum

The Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War is a world-class museum that brings the past to life with one-of-a-kind artifacts, educational interactive exhibits and 9 short films.

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Explore Three
The Gettysburg Film and Cyclorama

From slavery and secession to the opening shots at Fort Sumter and Bull Run, A New Birth of Freedom, narrated by Morgan Freeman, places you in the midst of the momentous issues of the Civil War, and provides an orientation to the complex battle of Gettysburg. Afterward, Pickett's Charge comes to life in the massive circular Cyclorama painting through a spectacular sound and light show.

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Upcoming Events

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Gettysburg National Military Park Winter Programming

Weekends in January, February and March

Gettysburg National Military Park will be offering free programming on weekends, January 6 - March 10. For a complete listing, visit Gettysburg National Military Park's page.

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Evening with the Painting

February 24

Join the Gettysburg Foundation’s Sue Boardman, Licensed Battlefield Guide and author/historian, on the platform for an exclusive "after-hours" program of the Gettysburg Cyclorama painting.

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Encounters with History - The Fight on the Right: Candy’s Brigade on Culp’s Hill with Licensed Battlefield Guide Sue Boardman

March 24

This is a full-day outdoor program that will depart from the Museum and Visitor Center to Culp’s Hill at 9:00 a.m. and return at 4:00 p.m., a boxed lunch will be provided. This tour includes a moderate to strenuous walk over Culp’s Hill. The battle for the Union right flank on Culp’s Hill at Gettysburg is often overshadowed by the better-known story against the Union left. But it is no less important. This tour follows Candy’s brigade of the Union 12th Corps from their arrival on July 1 to their participation in burying the dead on July 5.  Although mostly viewed from the perspective of the 147th PVI, all of the regiments in the brigade will be discussed.

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