Be sure to get your Passport Stamp while here. This is not a large place so you can learn a lot in a short time. Just around the corner from David Wills House.
Bonnie, who works for the National Park Service, recommended the Railroad Station as well as David Wills house. They were both worth the visit.
The railroad station museum is a must stop for any history buff. It doesn't matter if it's Rail road history, Civil War history or a love of historic buildings this station is well worth stopping at. You're also at the center of town where the confederate flag was raised for a short period of time during the battle of Gettysburg,... 更多
We had time to kill before our hotel room was ready so we decided to head right down the block to this Museum. It is free but donations are greatly appreciated. Chalked full of history it was awesome to step back into time visiting this historic railroad station. The staff was so kind and I think we stayed an extra... 更多
Stopped here so our 14 year old granddaughter could see where President Lincoln arrived. It's free and has a nice large model of the station as you enter. You can view the exhibits in 30 minutes or so and then pick up a little coupon book for Gettysburg!
We stopped in here to see what it was all about and the volunteer inside was great! She really knew her history! She talked to us about what we'd done so far in Gettysburg and when we told her we'd been to the Visitor Center but not into the museum etc, she strongly encouraged us to do it. We did... 更多
This is the station where Lincoln arrived when he came to make the Gettysburg Address. There are some exhibits and people there were friendly and informative. It is close to the Will's House so if you go there, you should stop in to see the train station.