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Ghosts of Gettysburg

271 Baltimore St, Gettysburg, PA 17325-2315
+1 717-337-0445
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My 10 yr old loves to do this kind of thing. So we got a map and their ad was in it. So it was easy... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Kristin S
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Very Disappointing

I have done ghost tours across the country and even in other countries. Not necessarily a believer... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Desirae S
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The “Ghosts of Gettysburg Tours” are best described as a combination of history and mystery. The battle that took place in Gettysburg was horrific. We do our best to treat the men who gave their lives with the respect they deserve. We use ghost stories, as relayed to Mr. Nesbitt by those who have experienced them, to explore what happened here. Anyone can make up a scary ghost story, but somehow, knowing that people experienced the ghostly happenings that our guides describe, has to make one wonder if an encounter is in your own future! Our tours include as much of the town as can be walked comfortably. The buildings in Gettysburg are all privately owned, but from what we've been told, just as many ghosts are wandering the streets as are hanging out within four walls! If you're looking for a "halloween haunted house" kind of experience, this is not the tour for you!
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271 Baltimore St, Gettysburg, PA 17325-2315
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My 10 yr old loves to do this kind of thing. So we got a map and their ad was in it. So it was easy to reserve a ticket and it was only $10. Our guide Big Steve was an excellent story teller. But...More

Thank Kristin S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have done ghost tours across the country and even in other countries. Not necessarily a believer, but usually find them to be fun and an interesting take on history. Because of these experiences, I was looking forward to this tour so much. However our...More

Thank Desirae S
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Our guide, Anne, was great. We had a group of 24 middle school​ kids. Anne was fantastic in how she set the stage for each story and involved our kids at each stop. A great night.More

Thank burnthills
hauntgburg, Owner at Ghosts of Gettysburg, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago

The history of Gettysburg is much easier to remember when it's combined with good ghost stories! We have a wonderful group of guides, some of whom are school teachers by day. Thank you for choosing our tours and we look forward to seeing your school...More

Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Our guide talked so fast that we gave up half ways through the tour. If you are not 100% fluent in English you will not understand a word. It could have been a pleasure, but instead it was a waste of money. Make sure to...More

1  Thank Lotte3006
hauntgburg, Owner at Ghosts of Gettysburg, responded to this reviewResponded 13 April 2017

A suggestion for our international visitors: We love having you on our tours, but if English is not your primary language please let us know when you check in for your tour. We will make sure your guide is aware. You may also feel free...More

Reviewed 23 February 2017

when my husband and i booked this tour we thought it was going to be all about ghosts of gettysburg boy were we wrong along with the ghosts who we didnot enciunter we had a wonderful history lesson about the people who lived i n...More

Thank lizfalco50
Reviewed 28 January 2017

Restricted primarily to Baltimore Street but still plenty to see and hear. We took two different ghost tours. The other was more history than ghosts. This was a nice blend of history and paranormal stores. An easy hour to hour and a half. The owner...More

Thank lannyr
Reviewed 28 November 2016 via mobile

This was a decent tour. Our tour guide was very animated and knowledgeable about the area, which was the best part - I think his name was Steve! It's worth the price (10-11$) but I wasn't overly impressed with the tour itself. Definitely check it...More

Thank EASTHANNIE
Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

My partner arranged this tour for me. We arrived late to Gettysburg that night and thought it would be a good chance to walk around a bit and find out some history. We did get to meet the author which was nice. They'd overbooked so...More

3  Thank CLFoxx
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the candlelight walk with our guide and storyteller, Ray. He was such a delight and full of historical knowledge. We learned some very interesting facts about the town and, of course, heard some fascinating ghost stories!

Thank cgvich50
Reviewed 23 October 2016

This was a really fun tour. Our tour guide Joe was quite the character and made it a very fun as well as informative tour. He gave us some interesting history of the area in addition to some spooky ghost stories. Joe is a really...More

1  Thank Michael S
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