Hotels in Gettysburg,


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  • Hilton Garden Inn Gettysburg

    1.55 miles
  • Hampton Inn Gettysburg

    1.95 miles
  • Hampton Inn Hanover

    13.06 miles
  • Tru by Hilton Chambersburg

    22.48 miles
  • Hampton Inn Chambersburg

    22.50 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Carlisle

    26.23 miles
  • Hampton Inn Hagerstown-I-81

    28.18 miles
  • Hampton Inn Hagerstown

    28.55 miles
  • Tru by Hilton York

    28.77 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton York

    28.91 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Harrisburg-West Hershey Area

    29.53 miles
  • Hampton Inn Harrisburg West

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Experience History from the Top Gettysburg Hotels

Steeped in history and legend, the town of Gettysburg is home to a wealth of attractions and activities. The Battle of Gettysburg, arguably the most important battle of the Civil War, was fought there, and it was where then-President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous “Gettysburg Address.” Get close to all of it when you stay at the top Gettysburg Hotels.

See Where Lincoln Penned the Gettysburg Address from the Best Gettysburg Hotels

No stay at the best Gettysburg hotels would be complete without a stop at the David Wills House. This historic house was where President Lincoln completed his famous Gettysburg Address, giving the famous speech on November 19, 1863. The house has been restored to its original condition and now serves as a museum dedicated to Lincoln's stay there and the aftermath of the battle. Visitors can see period furniture, artifacts, and even pieces of fabric used in Lincoln's suit during his speech.

Be sure to take a tour through the Gettysburg National Military Park. Perched on the very field where the battle took place, you’ll see monuments scattered throughout the grounds, which pay homage to the Confederate and Union armies, as well as state markers and sculptures of Lieutenants and Generals. There are also 400 cannons on site and other artillery. The park stretches over 6,000 acres and houses several museums and visitor centers dedicated to preserving its legacy. Visitors can explore interactive exhibits, view artifacts from battle sites, and even tour reenactment camps from both sides of the conflict.

Pay Your Respects to the Fallen from Hotels in Gettysburg

The Gettysburg National Cemetery is one of the most moving sites you'll find within the town's borders—and across America itself. It's here that President Lincoln gave his iconic address at the dedication ceremony for Soldiers' National Cemetery. The grounds also contain thousands of graves for Union soldiers who died in battle here—a sobering reminder of one of America's darkest chapters. Plan on spending at least an hour or two exploring this incredible place once owned by George McClellan before it became hallowed ground for fallen soldiers from both sides of the war.

Other points of interest include the Jennie Wade House (the only civilian home struck by gunfire during the battle) and Seminary Ridge Historic District. The district includes the Shriver House Museum and Schmucker Hall, where Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address in 1863. You can also check out Eisenhower National Historic Site. The hotels in Gettysburg provide close proximity to all the town has to offer, from outdoor recreation to historical tours.

See More than History from Gettysburg Hotels

There’s more to Gettysburg than its infamous battle. The borough is surrounded by lush countryside and there are plenty of outdoor activities you can enjoy from Gettysburg hotels. One popular spot is the John Rupp House Gardens, an eight-acre park with trails, a pond, gazebo, and picnic area perfect for relaxing afternoons outdoors. There are also ski resorts nearby if you're looking for more adventurous pursuits like skiing, snowboarding, and tubing during the winter months. Other recreational options include golfing at Links at Gettysburg or hiking on the Appalachian Trail that runs through Adams County where Gettysburg is located.

Visiting these historic sites is sure to be an eye-opening experience for tourists wanting to soak up some knowledge about America's past while enjoying memorable scenic views at each location. Whether you're interested in learning more about Abraham Lincoln or exploring the battlefields where brave men sacrificed their lives for freedom, when you book a room from Gettysburg hotels, you can enjoy history at your fingertips.

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