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LocationReport Gettysburg, PA destinationgettysburg.com


The Highland Lodge at Liberty Mountain Resort in Carroll Valley near Gettysburg, PA; photos courtesy: Destination Gettysburg


In July 1863, Gettysburg went from a small, rural farming community to an iconic American destination after the Civil War swept through the town. Today, millions of visitors come to Adams County each year to immerse themselves in its rich history, experience agritourism offerings of the country- side, and sample the thriving culinary and craft beverage scenes.


Because of the deeply rooted agriculture industry in Adams County, the finest produce from the fields, orchards and vineyards make their way into a variety of local restaurants in Gettysburg, from historic eateries to farm-to-table restau- rants, and fine dining to casual modern establishments with


most putting an emphasis on using local ingredients when- ever possible.


Adams County also is home to many craft beverage makers, and visitors can experience the bold flavors of area’s finest wines, beers, spirits, hard ciders and meads on the Adams County Pour Tour, which brings together Adams County’s craft beverage makers into one trail that takes visitors all throughout the town of Gettysburg and the scenic country- side. Visitors can pick up passports at any of the participat- ing craft beverage makers and begin collecting stamps for each type of beverage sampled. The more stamps they col- lect, the more prizes they receive along the way.


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