The statue of General Gouverneur Kemble Warren on Little Round Top
For three days in 1863, Union and Confederate forces met here on the fields, hills and ridges of Gettysburg in the turning-point battle of the American Civil War.
Today, the 6,000-acre battlefield includes more than 1,300 monuments, markers and memorials to tell the story of the battle and the men who fought here.
Through preservation efforts, the historic battlefield landscape looks very much like it did in 1863. It continues to serve as an everlasting symbol of courage, remembrance and reconciliation.
Why tour the Battlefield?
Connect with stories and lessons from the past. Step onto the hallowed ground. Reflect on the sacrifices.
Take your place on the battlefield and experience it beyond the history books and movies. Take this chance to interact with iconic landmarks such as Little Roundtop, Devils Den, Cemetery Hill, The Angle and Copse of Trees. Understand what happened here and the impact the battle and its aftermath has on our lives today.
Historian, enthusiast, educator, student, tourist or parent, select a guided battlefield tour option to best match your interest, intensity, knowledge or style.
Guided Battlefield Tours
Tour the battlefield with a Licensed Battlefield Guide either in your car, by motor coach or by bicycle.
Rigorously tested and licensed through the National Park Service, Licensed Battlefield Guides provide you with an informative, engaging and enlightening perspective of the battle, the people, the monuments and landmarks.
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