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The Weather in Gettysburg
Find the Gettysburg climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 86° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Immerse yourself in history with a vacation home in Gettysburg
In a town as storied as Gettysburg, you can find all sorts of vacation homes with stories of their own to tell. Stay in a 19th century house or apartment in town, or perhaps a cozy rural cabin nestled in the nearby rolling Pennsylvania hills.
Fill up your tank with Gettysburg's best eats
After a long day of touring battlegrounds, some local comfort food will go a long way. Head just to the west of town to find Hickory Bridge Farm, with their rotating menu that includes oven-fried BBQ chicken, baked ham with a maple raisin glaze, and pork tenderloin with apricot amaretto sauce. Now there's comfort food that's been taken up a notch! Please make note of their weekend-only hours for regular dining.
For dessert and snacks, Cannonball Olde Tyme Malt Shop in downtown Gettysburg will serve you well, both for that old-time feel and for their exciting variety of malt flavors.
Walking tours from tame to terrifying!
Gettysburg is the perfect place to go for a walk, whether it be through former battlefields or along the quiet lanes of the town itself. Signing up for a walking tour will add a more informative aspect to your stroll. You'll set out with a licensed town historian/guide or a licensed battlefield guide to ensure that you gain a solid understanding of the events that made this town famous.
If you dare, in the evening you can give Mark Nesbitt's Ghosts of Gettysburg candlelight walking tours a shot, but be ready for some haunting stories and possible frights!
That famous speech
Besides the bloody battles, there was another historical event - a much more positive one - bearing the name of the town. The Gettysburg Address is known as being among the most revered presidential speeches in American history. Visit the Lincoln Address Memorial at the Gettysburg National Cemetery to delve deeper into what his words truly meant.
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