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The Museum that was featured on History's "American Picker's" The Gettysburg Museum Of History has over 4,000 artifacts on display. The Museum is FREE TO THE PUBLIC! The Museum covers all areas of American History. Military and Political History are...more
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As soon as you walk into the Museum, you will feel an overwhelming sense of history and awe as most places in Gettysburg have a tendency to invoke that emotion. There were an impressive,breathtaking collection of memorabilia from the Civil War - World War II...More
On August 25th I was with a group of people who had Stewart as the guide. He was really knowledgeable about the history of Gettysburg, we stopped at 4 interested points and mostly found out that I have had some long distance relationship that fought...More
I’d love to give this a real review and I’m sure that the museum itself is probably great! But I was in town for four days and every single time I tried to go it was either closed, or other large groups of people were...More
I’ve been to Gettysburg numerous times, but never to this museum before; which a friend highly recommended. The museum is the result of collector Erik Dorr. As a fellow collector; I can fully appreciate the full scope of Erik’s efforts and hard work to amass...More
I was a bit disappointed with this museum. The corridors were all narrow and cluttered. Nazi Paraphernalia and Memorabilia occupy far too much of the available display space inside the museum. Hitler's silverware, swastika's and other offensive material from the "Third Reich" are on display....More
I went to the Gettysburg Museum of History back in 2009 and enjoyed my visit. This is do-able in a short amount of time to fill in your trip if you need, and of course, to remember history which is vital.
The museum contains everything you can imagine from civil war firearms to The uniforms of Dick Winters of Band of Brothers fame to that of Audi Murphy. More is better here and the Curator Erik is knowledgeable beyond belief. Highly recommended.
yes they do have handicap accesses. the movie theatre cost fifteen dollars per person and i think admission was under ten dollars per person . if you want tour extra cost. you can check the website to find the address .