Find historic sites and fun things to do in Gettysburg

Take a walk through history when you visit Gettysburg, PA, home to important Civil War battlefields, national parks and museums. From your base at the Country Inn & Suites, you can tour Gettysburg National Cemetery to see where President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address or visit the site of the Battle of Gettysburg. Recharge in your spacious hotel room after exploring local attractions like President Eisenhower's former weekend getaway and the Lincoln Train Museum. Need a recess from your history lesson? Sample local vintages at Adams County Winery, or hit the links at Quail Valley Golf Club. 
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Adams County Winery

10.38 mi / 16.7 km from the hotel
After producing wine for more than 40 years, this local winery has mastered the craft. Stop by to sample the vintages and enjoy a picnic.

Eisenhower National Historic Site

3.38 mi / 5.44 km from the hotel
Take a tour of President Eisenhower's weekend getaway and retirement home. This popular venue spans 230 acres and includes an on-site museum filled with approximately 40,000 artifacts related to Eisenhower and his life.

Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

2.37 mi / 3.81 km from the hotel
Get the full story on the Battle of Gettysburg from engaging storytellers while you visit local sites on a double-decker tour bus.

Gettysburg College

3.11 mi / 5 km from the hotel
Home to more than 2,400 undergraduates, this private liberal arts college ranks as one of the nation's best. Wear orange and blue as you cheer on the Bullets in NCAA Division III sports.

Gettysburg National Cemetery

2.38 mi / 3.83 km from the hotel
This cemetery allows visitors to pay respects to the soldiers killed in the Battle of Gettysburg. It is also the site where President Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1.7 mi / 2.74 km from the hotel
Relive history at the site of the largest battle waged during the American Civil War. Tour the battlefield, learn about the site's history at the museum, or join a dynamic walking tour through a re-created town.
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