983 York Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone: (717) 334-4208
Fax: (717) 334-2772
U-Haul offers the largest variety of locations and services in the truck and trailer rental industry.
Enterprise provides quality rental vehicles to meet your every travel need.
FastNeasy offers such custom web site services as domain name registration, web site design, theme and logo creation, including marketing; and search engine registration services.
Locally owned and operated, Century 21 Neighborhood Realty specializes in residential and commercial properties and represents both buyers and sellers.
Established as the Gettysburg Travel Council in 1955, the Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official tourism promotion agency of Adams County, Pennsylvania.
Unique examples of photographic detective work in which the famous battle is re-created as if it were a contemporary news event are featured in this fascinating book.
Breaktime Massage offers therapeutic massage in the Gettysburg area. Their therapists take the time to understand where you are feeling stress and your massage style preferences.
The Gettysburg Adams Chamber of Commerce strives to promote local businesses and events.
ACNB is a full-service bank offering loans, trusts, investments, tax and accounting services and deposit services. Other locations in Gettysburg can be found at 2 Chambersburg Street, 675 Old Harrisburg Road, and 545 West Middle Street.
RE/MAX of Gettysburg specializes in residential and commercial properties in Gettysburg and the surrounding areas.
The city of Gettysburg has always been associated with the historic battle of Gettysburg which took place in 1863. There is much to see and do here including a visit to 10 war memorial museums, guided tours to the actual battlegrounds, horse-riding and city walks. Enjoy your evenings by unwinding at the many wineries and traditional inns which serve up delicious fare to amiable locals and visitors. Although touristy, Gettysburg has retained its old-world charm, and is replete with motels and family-run bed & breakfasts. So get to Gettysburg soon!
Reusing the original rafters and artifacts from the circa 1842 building that was replaced in 1963, the Gettysburg Presbyterian Church offers Sunday worship services at 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The original pew President Abraham Lincoln sat in when he attended a patriotic meeting here, following the ceremonies where he delivered the Gettysburg Address, is marked with a bronze plaque as is the pew that President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower occupied when they were members of the church in the 1960s. "The Gettysburg Presbyterian Church was selected for a special citation as American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site No. 94 and is registered by the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia."