Eisenhower National Historic Site
General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s home and farm are located at this historic site, which is located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield. With a gorgeous view of South Mountain, this is a must-see for visitors and was a much-needed place of retreat for President Eisenhower himself.
David Wills House
To tell the story of Abraham Lincoln and The Gettysburg Address, the David Wills House opened to the public in 2009. Visitors can see the bedroom in which Lincoln stayed and prepared his Gettysburg Address. There are also six galleries featured at the house, including two restored rooms to replicate their appearance in 1863 and Wills’ office.
Sach’s Covered Bridge
Thought to have been built in 1852 by David Stoner, both the Confederate and Union troops used this bridge during the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War. Visitors can walk across the 100-foot lattice bridge, which is located off Pumping Station Road.
Gettysburg/Battlefield Paranormal Excursions
Explore firsthand the paranormal activity of Gettysburg with an experienced tour guide who uses professional equipment to capture evidence of any nearby spirits.
Caledonia Golf Club
A gorgeous course located in beautiful Caledonia State Park, Caledonia Golf Club provides an ideal setting for a round of golf, offering free club rentals for out of town guests!
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