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Gettysburg Heritage Center
Gettysburg Heritage Center

Gettysburg Heritage Center

Sun-Thurs 9am-5pm and Fri-Sat 9am-7pm
297 Steinwehr Avenue, Gettysburg, 17325

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Gettysburg Heritage Center is located at 297 Steinwehr Avenue near the Gettysburg National Military Park battlefield.

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Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
star-4.5
$8.95 per adult
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Gettysburg
Amazing detail with excellent programs. Highly recommended and true value for the money. Also the greatest gift shop in town.
Raynaldo_C, Oct 2021

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star-5
Good start to Gettysburg
Jane_S, Sep 2021
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
Very informative. Great place to visit before you take a battlefield tour. Gives you a good overview before you actually see the battlefield.
star-5
It was a great experience
Steph, Sep 2021
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
The video and diorama were really interesting. The cellar experience really puts the experience in perspective.
star-5
Start your visit here!
Terri_M, Aug 2021
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
With this being our first trip to Gettysburg, this Center and Museum was one of the best resources for detailed summary of the 3 day battle and events. We loved the movie and other personal stories depicted. Great gift store also. Very reasonable admission.
star-5
Quality
Heather_, Jul 2021
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
All the displays are laid out so perfectly. They are very informative. The 3d movies were a nice touch. The cellar movie was the most memorable. It has a little extra to the dislay. The staff and gift shop were amazing! We loved the entire experience.
star-5
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Aaron_A, Jul 2021
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
Loved the interactive videos and the cellar experience. The video at the end with the mannequins was very informative. A small taste of the terror at the time.
star-5
Heritage Museum
Danley_F, Jun 2021
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
It was a wonderful way to learn about some of what the people Gettysburg experienced. The 3d experiences were unique to this museum.
star-5
Well done and very informative
Patricia_L, Dec 2020
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
The movie they show in the beginning is very informative. It sets the stage for exploring the rest of the museum.
star-5
very informative
Maria_P, Oct 2020
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
Staff was friendly and I was able to take my time and enjoy the museum. Buying the tickets online to skip the line was great
star-4
Girls weekend
Amy_B, Aug 2020
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
I took my two young adult daughters along with me for a girls weekend. We had a great time the exhibits were thorough and I was touched by the whole experience.
star-4
Gave a good insight into Colonial...
K J F, Jul 2017
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
Gave a good insight into Colonial Britain with live ammunition being fired from the muskets. Worth the experience
star-5
From the moment we walk through the...
Julie, Feb 2018
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
From the moment we walk through the door, the staff were very helpful and advised us of all that there was to offer. The exhibits were what we expected and we were very happy with the he overall experience. Staff gave us information to further explore the area.
star-5
The heritage center surprised me...
Susan F, Oct 2017
Skip the Line: Gettysburg Heritage Center and Museum Admission Ticket
The heritage center surprised me. It is smaller then I expected but it was well laid out and worth the visit. My grandson who is 9 enjoyed the experience of sitting in the cellar and felling what it must have been like for the people that lived there. There are many three D photos that really built on helping to understand the war. I am glad we made this a part of our trip.