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Happy #NationalPark Week! Today, learn what the Gettysburg National Military Park means to Gettysburg Foundation Friend's Event Coordinator, Bethany Yingling!
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Celebration of #NationalParkWeek continues! Today, learn what the Gettysburg National Military Park means to Gettysburg Foundation Volunteer, Dan Orr.
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GAC Military Liaison Kirk Davis and GAC Deputy Operations Director Timon Linn confer with Federal Artillery Commander Jim Lynch during the site planning session last Saturday for the Gettysburg 156th Reenactment. ... See MoreSee Less

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US. General Jay Henson FVB and CSA General Terry Shelton Longstreets Corp look over the battlefield during a site planning meeting last Saturday in preparation for the Gettysburg 156th. ... See MoreSee Less

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~Win Tickets to The Gettysburg Reenactment and The Gettysburg Heritage Center~

Win tickets to these two great places over July 5, 6 & 7, 2019 by simply tagging who you would bring to experience these two fascinating attractions in Gettysburg.

There is no better place to see those dusty old history books come alive with infantry, cavalry and artillery right in front of you, then at The 156th Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment July 5, 6 & 7, 2019! While in town head to the @Gettysburg Heritage Center to experience the battle from two interesting perspectives - the civilians who lived in the town of Gettysburg, and the soldiers on the battlefield.

For more information about The 156th Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment go to: gettysburgreenactment.com/

For more information about The @Gettysburg Heritage Center go to: www.gettysburgmuseum.com/
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Youth Activities Tent

From the first event in 1995, The Gettysburg Anniversary Committee events have always featured some of the best living history at any civil war reenactment. Over the last 4 years a Youth Activities Tent has been added to the living history smorgasbord. An array of activities at this tent will include enlistment, life and equipment of a young soldier, medical, music, drilling, a civil war art contest and honorable discharge. The Youth Activities Tent allows the youth that come to the event to get a feeling for what a child their age might have down back in 1863.