NEWS: We are looking to enlarge our Guide force in 2020. We are seeking individuals who are interested in providing entertaining and historically accurate walking tours of the town of Gettysburg. If you are that person the processs needs to start now, go to Become a Historian under
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GETTYSBURG, a town steeped in History, and the best way to experience this historic town is by taking a walking tour with a Gettysburg Licensed Town Historian/Guide. We operate out of the Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station at 35 Carlisle Street, which is owned by the Gettysburg Foundation™.
Our friendly, professional Guides are waiting to take you on our “Town Tour” and share the civilians’ experiences of the 3 day battle, occupation, aftermath and Lincoln’s visit. We also offer many Specialty Walking Tours which are described on our “Walking Tour Page”. All of our tours are uniquely designed by each Historian and are not canned tours. We use historic photographs and actual civilian accounts to relate the events that occurred in the town.
NEW FOR 2019 -
Monday Evenings at 6 pm a 60 minute Lincoln Tour: Experience President Lincoln’s 25 hours in Gettysburg by walking where he walked and seeing what he saw. Learn about the planning of the Soldiers National Cemetery and the Dedication Ceremony. Hear the civilians’ stories of what they saw and heard those 2 days in November 1863. Start relieving these moments by meeting a Historian behind the Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station Monday evenings at 6 pm. This tour is $15.00 per person, children 8 and under are free.
Enjoy your time in Gettysburg by reserving a walking tour in advance or by dropping by the Gettysburg Lincoln RR Station, where a Guide is waiting to share the Town’s many stories with you. We are open 7 days a week; our first tour is 10:00 am our last tour is 3:00 pm. Tours are 90 minutes of easy walking. Adults $25.00; Students (9-17) $10.00; Children 8 and under are free. Please pay your Guide in Cash only as we do not accept credit cards.