The Adams County Farmers Market is excited to announce the start of the 2023 farmers market season on Saturday, April 29th! We will be at our brand new location at the GETTYSBURG REC PARK, so please come join us at the market's new home on Long Lane in Gettysburg! The Adams County Farmers Market features
Join ACHS Executive Director Andrew Dalton, filmmaker Jake Boritt, and ACHS Historian Timothy Smith for "The Making of Beyond the Battle Museum" in the Battlefield Overlook Event Center. Andrew, Jake, and Tim will share behind-the-scenes stories on the process of building Gettysburg's newest museum, Beyond the Battle. This is a public, ticketed event. Tickets are
Have you ever held a 5,000-year-old spear point in your hand? This program shines a spotlight on our collection of strikingly preserved Native American artifacts unearthed near Gettysburg. We’ll discuss the customs and possible uses for each item and some of the techniques archaeologists have employed to decipher the hidden history of Pennsylvania’s indigenous peoples.
Confederation of Union Generals Civil War Living History Encampment for the Gettysburg 160th Anniversary in Unity Park on Saturday July 1st and Sunday July 2nd. Join in for free first person living history programs every 30 minutes 11am-8:30pm both days. Hear from the people who lived the Civil War and immerse yourself in history!
Join the Gettysburg Foundation at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center for an “after-hours” program on the Gettysburg Cyclorama. Area residents and visitors are invited to experience An Evening with the Painting for an exclusive, close-up look at the historic painting, a presentation combining history, art and preservation. Licensed Battlefield Guide, author and historian
Join a local historian for a discussion on “All Things Gettysburg 1863” over a cup of coffee. Throughout the summer season, a local historian will discuss Gettysburg related history. Now is your chance to ask a historian what you have always wanted to know about Gettysburg in 1863. Guests are encouraged to interact and join
Join Wayne Motts as he explores just a few personal stories of some of the men from Adams County who died serving their country during the Korea and Vietnam Wars. Wayne E. Motts is the President & CEO of the Gettysburg Foundation. He is also the Director Emeritus of the Adams County Historical Society. Tickets
Because of the famous battle that occurred here, Gettysburg and its surrounding is one of the best documented areas in terms of 19th century cartography. Join ACHS Historian Tim Smith as he examines the early maps of Gettysburg and Adams County. Tickets are now available at: https://tinyurl.com/mr36k7vn. Tickets are $10/members and $25/non-members. Please note that a