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Gettysburg: Private Tour with Licensed Battlefield Guide

1. Gettysburg: Private Tour with Licensed Battlefield Guide

Optimize your experience of the Gettysburg Battlefield with a private tour with an official licensed guide. Explore the battlefield conveniently and comprehensively in your own vehicle, while stopping discover to some areas up close on foot. During your tour, make the most of a private setting offering you ample opportunity to learn little known facts about the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War, and have all of your questions answered by your expert guide. Your guide will meet you at the Soldier's National Cemetery Parking lot and then drive your vehicle to the Gettysburg Battlefield to conduct the tour. As all guides are licensed and insured by the Department of the Interior, only they are permitted to drive your vehicle through the battlefield.

From Washington DC: Gettysburg Battlefield Private Tour

2. From Washington DC: Gettysburg Battlefield Private Tour

Journey to the pivotal Pennsylvanian turning point of the civil war on a private day tour from Washington DC. Make the two-hour drive to the Gettysburg battlefield fly by with informative stories on the background of the battle. Fought in 1863, the conflict saw confederate and union soldiers clash in a brutal feud lasting three full days. The battle resulted in around 51,000 casualties, more than any other domestic battle in USA history, and proved a significant turning point in the American Civil War. On arrival at the infamous Gettysburg grasslands, you’ll be able to stretch your legs and enjoy five hours of activities, including a guided tour of the battlefield, Visitor Center Museum, and significant monuments such as the Lee and Mead Statues, Peace Memorial, and Eternal Flame. Catch a glimpse of the old Colonial Town Center of Gettysburg, along with an insight into what life was like for regular folk back then. During the guided tour of the infamous Gettysburg Battlefield, walk in the footsteps of the soldiers who fought across these vast grasslands. Hear stories of how the battle was fought, which sadly took 51,000 casualties. Enjoy time for lunch at the charming Dobbin House Tavern or General Pickett’s Buffet (meal not included), then head back to DC.

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What people are saying about Gettysburg

Our guide, Truman was amazing. He broke down the battle into the three days it occured and literally walked us through it. So much knowledge. He answered all of our questions. He was a trooper because a storm cell passed through during our tour with high winds causing falling branches and then hail, but we kept on going taking cover in the car. He had many interesting stories that brought the past into the present. Highly recommend Truman.

We spent a very enjoyable, efficient and informative two hours with our expert guide, Truman, who really helped bring the battle to life. This is a fantastic way to tour Gettysburg, Both my teenage boys and senior citizen parents had a great time and were engaged by the chronologically told tour. We learned so much more in less time, because we had a great guide.

Truman was an excellent guide. We were fascinated by his detailed description of the battle, including the various leaders, their strategies and use of features of the local terrain.

Our guide, Kevin, was knowledgeable and adapted his presentation to our interests and wishes. He made the three day battle come to life.

Meeting up with the guide was easy. He wasn't very knowledgeable and very personable. All together, it was a great day.