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A Great Place to Visit

Welcome to Gettysburg, the most famous small town in America, where many believe our nation was saved. Gettysburg offers a small town atmosphere with unique shops, museums, and fine dining, as well as easy access to the area’s other significant attractions. With a population of nearly 7,500, Gettysburg offers a sophisticated and varied adventure. The Borough of Gettysburg has maintained and restored the town’s historic architecture, and our charming downtown hosts more than 100 stores and restaurants, as well as an abundance of bed-and-breakfasts and hotels.

The historic town of Gettysburg is located south of Exit 17 on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, at the crossroads of U. S. Routes 15 and 30.


BE SURE TO INCLUDE A VISIT TO STEINWEHR AVENUE. Follow Baltimore Street south to reach Steinwehr Avenue.

Visitor Information

Gettysburg-Adams Chamber of Commerce • 18 Carlisle Street • Suite 203 (717 334 8151)

Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau • 35 Carlisle Street (717 334 6274)

Gettysburg National Military Park • 1195 Baltimore Pike (717 334 1124)

Click here to see businesses participating in the college discount program


Maps & Parking

Getting to Gettysburg • Mapquest can get you here.

Parking & Public Amenities Map • Street map of Historic Gettysburg showing parking lots and basic public amenities.

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About Main Street Gettysburg
Site funded in part by the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission. Photography by Bill Dowling. Main Street Gettysburg, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization registered with the state of Pennsylvania, is committed to preserving and revitalizing historic Gettysburg for the benefit of businesses, citizens, and visitors. Our address is 116 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325; 717 337 3491; email Main Street Gettysburg.
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