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The Gettysburg Anniversary Committee (GAC) would like to extend their gratitude and appreciation to all the reenactors, visitors, and local staff that have participated in the Annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactments for the past 25 years; making those dusty old history books come alive. We are honored to have hosted over 100,000 reenactors, 500,000 visitors, and provided well over 1000 community staff positions. GAC has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to many worthy community organizations and supported our community economically. At this time, GAC does not anticipate organizing or hosting a 157TH Anniversary Reenactment. Please refer to Destination Gettysburg's Event Schedule for a wide array of historical, cultural and entertaining events in the Gettysburg and Adams County area throughout the year. ... See MoreSee Less

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That's A Wrap!

The 156th Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment and Living History Event is in the books. Thank you to the reenactors, spectators, and all the staff that helped make this event possible!
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That's A Wrap!

The 156th Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment and Living History Event is in the books. Thanks for all the reenactors, spectators and staff that made this event happen!
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The final battle of the 156th Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment and Living History Event is getting ready to start! ... See MoreSee Less

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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.