Complying with Pa. orders and CDC advice, the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center remains temporarily closed through April 12. LEARN MORE.
Revisit, Reimagine Gettysburg
Reimagine Gettysburg as a blend of a massive battle, a place of solemn remembrance and an emblem of the greatest democratic experiment the world has ever known. This is Gettysburg Revisted.
Revisit Gettysburg and share in the inspirational stories of civility, humility and inclusiveness missed the first time.
It's time to Revisit Gettysburg.
Exhibits, Tours & Events
Museum & Visitor Center is Currently Closed
To limit the health risks associated with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center will temporarily close through April 12, 2020. The battlefield will remain accessible.
Plan Your Visit
From the signature Film, Cyclorama & Museum Experience to Battlefield Tours and National Park Service historic sites, your official Gettysburg visit starts here. Plan your visit, purchase tickets and get information on free events for a memorable — and historic — Gettysburg visit.
Join & Give
Support the Gettysburg Foundation's mission of preservation and education through your gifts and membership as a Friend of Gettysburg.
Renew Your Membership
Continue your support and benefits by renewing your Friends of Gettysburg membership today.
Leadership Development & Education
Inspired by the actions of real-life decision makers at the Battle of Gettysburg, the "In the Footsteps of Leaders"executive leadership program places your team on the front lines for an immersive experience on the historic battlefield.
With the 7,000-acre battlefield as the classroom, leaders at every level can explore the challenges and apply the timeless lessons of Gettysburg.
October 25, 2017
View of Devil's Den from Little Round Top
The Gettysburg Foundation gratefully acknowledges a gift of more than $250,000 from Richard “Dick” Cody, of Chicago, Illinois, who passed away in September 2017. He entrusted the Foundation to use his gift where it is most needed.
Dick was always interested in history, serving as a docent at the Chicago History Museum and joining the Friends of Gettysburg in 1997, with an initial contribution of $25. For many years after, Dick diligently supported the important work of the Gettysburg Foundation and the National Park Service, choosing us among the charities he generously funded through his estate.
“We are thankful to Dick for thinking of us among so many worthwhile philanthropic causes,” said Matthew Moen, president of the Gettysburg Foundation. “In addition to the magnitude of this gift, it comes to us without restrictions, so we are able to put it toward the most pressing priorities of the Gettysburg Foundation and National Park Service.”
The Gettysburg Foundation accepts planned gifts. Please visit our Support page for more information.