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in the visitor’s car or by motor coach. Individuals also can opt to take self- guided tours by car, foot or bicycle.


Guests receive access to the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War, which highlights artifacts from the Battle of Gettysburg. Attendees won’t want to miss the Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama painting-in-the-round that measures longer than a football field and taller than a two-story building that depicts Pickett’s Charge and includes lighting and sound effects.


A short film, “A New Birth of Freedom,” walks attendees through the epic story of the Battle of Gettysburg and illumi- nates the causes and outcomes of the battle within the context of American history.


The Gettysburg Foundation offers facili- ty rentals at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. Mixing history, elegance and conven- ience, the location is ideal for events. From intimate meeting spaces to dra- matic banquet halls, planners will find state-of-the-art conveniences combined with rustic-refined architecture that’s inspired by the nation’s past.


Events can be tailored to provide a one- of-a-kind experience in historic Gettysburg. The property has been selected for ceremonies, receptions, conferences, meetings, military Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) meet- ings, reunions and more. Professional event consultants work with planners to ensure their event will be a success.


Planners will find the museum to be a one-stop shop for events with its ample space for after-hours functions; meeting rooms for board gatherings, workshops and seminars; in-house catering services for buffets, sit-down dinners, and cock- tail receptions; free parking and motor coach access; a dedicated event staff; along with free Wi-Fi.


The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, PA, is named for the city’s


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Contact us to learn more and book your next meeting today.


315 Chestnut Street, Old City, Philadelphia


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