A good Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, tour package includes a tour with a licensed battlefield guide and admission to the film, Cyclorama and museum experience at the visitor's center, and it may also include accommodation and dining. Other Gettysburg tour package options include a haunted Gettysburg ghost tour or admission to other museums and attractions such as the Eisenhower National Historic Site, the David Wills House, the George Spangler Farm Civil War Hospital Site and dining at the historic Dobbin House restaurant.
Several companies offer prepared Gettysburg tour packages, such as Destination Gettysburg, Gettysburg Battlefield Tours, the Gettysburg Foundation and Brick House Inn. A range of battlefield tour options are available, such as private tours, car tours and bus tours. Tour operators recommend reserving a tour guide at least three days prior to a scheduled visit to ensure availability. Other travel packages include authentic Victorian photographs, spa visits, food and wine tastings, and birthday and anniversary celebrations.
Many Gettysburg tour packages include accommodation. Area accommodation options range from bed and breakfasts to cabins and campgrounds. Gettysburg also offers guest homes and vacation rentals, hotels, motels, retreat venues and conference centers. Groups of 15 guests or more should look into booking a Gettysburg group reservation.