See the Gettysburg Battlefield in miniature form! The Gettysburg Diorama allows groups to view the whole 6,000-acre battlefield, putting the Civil War’s Battle of Gettysburg into perspective for visitors.
House turned museum, the David Wills House was home to David Wills, a Gettysburg attorney. It was where President Lincoln finished writing his Gettysburg Address during the clean-up process after the Battle of Gettysburg.
The Gettysburg Museum of History gives visitors access to over 4,000 artifacts from World Wars I and II, the American Civil War, and various American Presidencies.
The Gettysburg National Military Park offers its visitors a peek into the past with battlefield tours and museum exhibits that tell the story of the American Civil War.
Built in 1963, the Lincoln Train Museum features museum collections, history presentations, and a simulated train ride that depicts the journey of President Lincoln’s funeral car from Washington D.C. to Springfield, Illinois.