983 York Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone: (717) 334-4208
Fax: (717) 334-2772
Living history encampments, band concerts, a book and paper show, collectors' show, 4th of July program, Civil War lecture series and battle re-enactments are just some of the activities that guests will enjoy at this annual event presented by the Gettysburg Foundation that commemorates the Battle of Gettysburg.
Two day event featuring over 250 display tables of original Civil War accouterments, weapons, documents, books, and personal effects. Held in June.
Annual week long July festival includes special daily activities such as rides, a midway, entertainment, and a fireworks display.
This ceremony held each November commemorates the anniversary of Lincoln
More than 60 world-class educational performances and exhibits are scheduled for this annual 10-day event that celebrates Gettysburg's contribution of cultural tourism and arts education in America. Held in May.
The semi-annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival, just five miles west of Gettysburg and two miles east of Fairfield, has been entertaining festival goers with top bluegrass entertainment for over 55 years. Fun for the whole family. Enjoy music, entertainment, vendors, food and more. Held in May.
Held annually the third weekend in September, this two-day living history encampment features recreated Allied and German army camps with original World War II vehicles, over 150 living history enthusiasts representing American, British, Soviet, Canadian, Polish and German soldiers and more.
With over 1,500 visitors from around the world, FALL IN!
Held at South Mountain Fairgrounds near Arendtsville, 10 miles northwest of Gettysburg, this county fair features exhibits, 4H/FFA judging, fireworks, rides, a food auction, and live entertainment. Held in August.
Demonstration gardens, lectures, workshops by internationally acclaimed experts, and several outside juried vendors can be enjoyed among three acres of lavender in bloom, just minutes from historic Gettysburg. Held in June.
A member of the League of American Orchestras and the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce, the Hanover Symphony is a non-profit community orchestra that was established in 1955. The Hanover Symphony Orchestra members play three to four concerts a year.
Housed in the Eichelberger building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Eichelberger Performing Arts Center provides quality entertainment to the community through a wide range of arts and culture, including musicals, concerts, plays and family series.