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Ticket Delivery & Policies

Welcome to Gettysburg.


We've put together the following information to help you with your ticket purchases and ticket delivery options. We've also included information on ticket purchasing policiesrefunds and frequently asked questions regarding your ticket purchase.

Again, welcome to Gettysburg. Your ticket to exploration, inspiration and reflection begins here.


Ticket Delivery Options 

Purchasing your tickets online at or by phone with Guest Relations offers you these options for your ticket delivery: 

  1. Mobile Tickets – for orders placed online 
  2. Print-at-Home Tickets – for orders placed by phone 
  3. Will Call – for special circumstances regarding your order (described below) 
For orders placed online:


Mobile Tickets 

Mobile Tickets are the easiest and touch free way to access tickets to your exhibit, tour, program or event. When Mobile Ticket is selected at checkout - your mobile phone is your ticket.  

Note: Mobile Tickets are not available for admission to all events. Please refer to your ticket order in your account. 

Your Mobile Tickets will be located in your account and available to you 24-hours before the event. Visit My Account to locate your Mobile Tickets. 


Mobile Tickets delivered via Email

In addition to accessing your Mobile Tickets online through your Gettysburg Foundation account, your Mobile Tickets will also be sent to the email address associated with your Gettysburg Foundation account.

Mobile Tickets are delivered in a separate email from the order confirmation. A link is available within the email to view the tickets in an internet browser if desired. 


For orders placed by phone:

Print-at-Home Tickets 

Your Print-at-Home Tickets will be sent to the email address used at the time of purchase as a PDF attachment.

Print-at-Home Tickets are delivered in a separate email from the order confirmation.

In some instances, you may receive the email delivering your Print-at-Home Tickets before you receive the order confirmation email. 

Note: Print-at-Home Tickets are not available for admission to all events. Please refer to your ticket order in the email you receive. 

Note: You will receive two emails for Print-at-Home Tickets. A confirmation email and an email containing a PDF attachment of your Print-at-Home Tickets. You may not necessarily receive the confirmation email before your tickets email.

To print your tickets:

  1. Open the browser on your desktop, laptop or mobile device and log in to your email account used at the time of purchase.
  2. Locate the email from the Gettysburg Foundation with the subject line “Your Gettysburg Foundation Print-at-Home Ticket”
  3. Print your tickets. 

The Print-at-Home Tickets method requires a PDF reader. If your device does not have a PDF reading software, you can download and install Adobe Reader

If you have not received the email with your Print-at-Home Tickets as a PDF, contact us or call Guest Relations at 877-874-2478 or 717-334-2436. 

Be sure you have printed your tickets and have them in hand before you head out to the Venues. 


For special circumstances regarding your online or phone order:

Will Call 

Tickets held at Will Call can only be retrieved by the cardholder with the original credit card of purchase and a valid photo ID with signature such as a state ID, driver's license or passport. 

Note: While COVID-19 mitigation measures are in place, picking up tickets at Will Call will be available only if the Print-at-Home or Mobile Tickets options are not accessible due to technical difficulties onsite. 

Inspiration Starts Here


You never know where your visit might lead.

Go Prepared.

This is well staffed with helpful people. The films and museums are great to get you started on understanding what went on here during the battle. We had a 6-year-old with us and everything kept her engaged all day long. Really well done.

Chicago, Ill.