865 York Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Nightly Rates: ( 65.00 - 85.00 )
Our Days Inn Gettysburg is located right off or near major highways (US 15 & US 30). We are just 2 miles from the battlefields & other places of historical significance. We are a Days Inn 5 Sunburst property with AAA Three Diamond status. We offer the latest amenities to make your stay enjoyable. Free DayBreak Deluxe Continental Breakfast Free High Sped Internet Access all rooms. 24 hour Complimentary Coffee in the Lobby Free Trip Rewards Loyalty program Modern Deluxe Accommodations Meeting and Banquet Facilities Our Friendly staff are always willing to exceed your expectations and do what is needed to make your stay enjoyable. View our listing for more information about our property.
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· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 03:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· Time Zone is EST
· Opened in 1989
· 112 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 5 floors.
Located right off or near major highways, US 15 & US 30
Harrisburg International, Baltimore Washington International, Washington National, and Dulles.
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717-337-1923Located immediately adjacent to the Days Inn. Dine in their attractive full service restaurant featuring over 100+ item menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
800-367-1797Fine dining in a Civil War setting. Classic Cuisine. Located 8 miles west of Gettysburg on old Rt. 30.Ruby Tuesday
717-334-2100Secret underground railroad slave hideout. Featuring casual light and charbroiled fare, gracious candlelit dinners, cocktails, and child?s menu, as well as unique gift shop.Altland House
717-334-8838Built in 1810 Register of Historic Places - Sharpshooter occupied 100 bullet holes. Bon Appetite recommended - Candlelit dinners - Civil War period fare and regular menu with cocktails.Historic Cashtown Inn
717-334-7580Extensive buffets for lunch and dinner, featuring fresh baked bread, homemade, soups, salad bar, and tempting dessert table with homemade pies and cakes. Down home cooking in a family atmosphere.Dobbin House Tavern
717-334-1100Friendly atmosphere within walking distance of many civil war attractions. Variety of PA beers, wines, cocktails and imports. Extensive menu with daily specials.Farnsworth House Inn
717-334-4332Featuring casual American cuisine in a faithfully restored tavern built in 1815. Herrican's Beach Club on site.General Picketts All U -Can-Eat Buffet Restaurant Gingerbread Man Herr Tavern and Publick House McDonalds Friendlys Subways KFC
624 sq. ft - The Lee Room can be set for 50 people banquet style, 40 people classroom, 25 people Ushape, or 35 people conference or hollow square.George G. Meade Room
624 sq. ft - The Meade Room can be set for 50 people banquet style, 40 people classroom, 25 people Ushape, or 35 people conference or hollow square.Lee and Meade Room
Lee and Meade room can be combined to accommodate 100 people banquet style, 100 people classroom, 50 people Ushape, or 50 people conference style.Devils Den
686 sq. ft. - The Devil's Den can be set for 50 people banquet style, 40 people classroom, 25 people Ushape, or 35 people conference or hollow square.
* Audio/Visual Services Available
* Catering Services Available
HSIA Available In All Rooms
Relax by our outdoor pool or cool off after a busy day of touring.
Begin your day with an invigorating workout in our fitness centerOpen from 6:00AM to 11:00PM daily.Abraham Lincoln Theater Adams County Winery American Civil War Museum Boyds Bear Factory Camp David Museum at Cozy Inn Carroll Valley & Mountain View Golf Course General Lees Headquarters Gettysburg Battle Theater Gettysburg Family fun Center Gettysburg BattleFields - 2- miles Gettysburg KOA Campgrounds Hall or Presidents Jennie Wade House Museum Lincoln Train Museum Ski Liberty Resort Schriver House Museum
In what many people consider the turning point of the Civil War. Gettysburg is rich with history. Located in scenic Adams County, you can walk the fields where The Union and Confederate Soldiers staged the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. At the battlefield park and over 20 museums, your can experience the power of these monumentous days in July 1863.When your stay in Gettysburg is complete you can travel a short distance and experience the life of the Amish, in Lancaster. Maybe visit our nations Capital in Washington DC, or the Capitol of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Finish your trip with a visit to the sweetest place on earth Hershey Chocolates in Hershey PA.
Gettysburg National Military ParkOn the third and final day of The Battle of Gettysburg, General Robert E. Lee decided to try to attack the union lines right in the center. It was a gutsy attempt to smash the union army. Leading the charge were Generals Pettigrew, Trimble, and Pickett. The charge would become known as Picket's charge. Over 12,000 men made the 1 mile march from the confederate lines to the union. Only a few hundred made it to the "High Water Mark." The "High Water Mark," is the point of deepest penetration into the union lines by the soldiers of Pickett's charge.
The valley below Little Round Top is called the Valley of Death. So many men were killed in the valley that the small creek which flows through the valley ran blood red for days after the fighting ended.The Gettysburg National Military Park
97 Taneytown RoadGettysburg, PA 17325717-334-1124Open: 9:00AM - 5:00PM 6:00AM - 10:00PM road to the pk.The Gettysburg National Military Park Visitor Center offers a free map with an 18 mile driving tour through the battlefield, as well as an orientation program, Civil War exhibits, and current schedules of ranger conducted programs and talks. See the Electric Map presentation and view the Gettysburg Museum of the Civil War.The Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours
778 Baltimore St.Gettysburg, PA 17325717-334-6296Daily 9 - 5, later in the summerThe Gettysburg Tour Center is the departure point for two hour narrated tours of the battlefield. Open air double decker buses depart every 15 to 45 minutes.The Gettysburg National Cemetery
Open daily dawn - duskOff Baltimore Pike across from the visitors center. This cemetery was dedicated by President Abraham Lincoln in his famous Gettysburg address, which is recreated each November during Remembrance weekend.The Eisenhower National Historic Site
717-334-1124April - Oct. 9 - 5 dailyNov - Mar 9 - 5 Wed - Sun.Closed Jan. - mid. - Feb.This site offers a glimpse into the life and times of General and later President Dwight D. Eisenhower. This farm was his peaceful retreat from 1951 until his death in 1969. The farm adjoins the battlefield and is administered by the park service, which offers daily ticketed tours only on a first come first serve basis from the visitors center.Th Gettysburg National Military Park-Cyclorama Center
97 Taneytown RoadGettysburg, PA 17325717-334-1124Open daily 9:00AM - 4:00PMThis breathtaking panorama of Pickett's charge measures 356 feet by 26 feet. A sound and light program recreates the scene of the fighting and highlights points of interest on the canvas.The National Civil War Wax Museum
297 Steinwehr Ave.Gettysburg, PA 17325717-334-6245Mar. - Dec. 9:00AM - 7:00PM dailyJan. - Feb. 9:00AM - 5:00PM weekendsThis museum presents the story of the Civil War era and the Battle of Gettysburg through 200 life size figures in 30 scenes. Animated Lincoln giving Gettysburg Address. Also features extensive gift shop, and live encampments on weekends during the summer months.Adams County Winery
717-334-4631Open 12:00PM - 6:00PM dailyClosed on WednesdaysCall for winter hoursLocated just 10 miles West of Gettysburg. Cool, quaint bank-barn tasting room. Free tasting of quality Pennsylvania wines. Gift items as well. Bring your own picnic lunch and eat in serene farm setting. Tours available.Apple Blossom and National Apple Harvest Festivals
10 Miles North of Gettysburg717-677-4444 or 717-677-9413Hundreds of crafters live entertainment, apple foods, demonstrations, old time exhibits and more. Apple Blossom first weekend in May. Apple Harvest first two weekends in October.Hall of Presidents and First Ladies
Baltimore StreetGettysburg, PA 17325717-334-5717Open daily March - NovemberFeaturing the Eisenhowers at Gettysburg oldest and most popular attractions. The Presidents, meticulously reproduced in wax, tell the story of America in their own voices. The First Ladies display their inaugural gowns in their original colors.Jennie Wade House
758 Baltimore StreetGettysburg, PA 17325717-334-4100Open dailyHear the poignant story of "Jennie," Gettysburg's only civilian casualty. Visit the authentically furnished home, from cellar to attic. The old house itself is not only a shrine to a heroic martyr, but has become a museum of life and living, as known in America, during the Civil War Days.Land of Little Horses
125 Glenwood DriveGettysburg, PA 17325717-334-7259Daily showsOffers family entertainment for all ages. Air conditioned arena. Pig races, saddle rides, train tram, carousel, nature trail, carriage museum and much more.Lincoln Train Museum
Steinwehr AveGettysburg, PA 17325717-334-5678Open daily extended March through November"Ride" & listen to Lincoln reporters and distinguished guests as you take the exact same route from Washington to Gettysburg. Also famous Model Train display and Military Rail Collection.Schriver House Museum
309 Baltimore StreetGettysburg, PA 17325717-337-2800Home of Civil War hero, George Schriver, restored and furnished to its 1860s appearance. Two Confederate sharpshooters killed in the attic, see live bullets found during restoration. Understand the lifestyle and effects of the battle on the citizens of Gettysburg. Historic preservation award winner. Also the site of PBS filming.Gettysburg Family Fun Center
860 York RoadGettysburg, PA 17325717-344-GOLFOpen 7 days & evening in seasonLocated adjacent to the Days Inn, featuring a spectacular min-golf course with waterfalls and cascading fountains, softball and baseball batting cages, arcade and snack bar.Mulligan MacDuffer Adventure Golf and Ice Cream Parlor
1360 Baltimore PikeGettysburg, PA 17325717-337-1518Open Apr - Oct. 10:00AM to 12:00AM (7 days/wk)Two 18 hole miniature golf courses play over and under mountains, caves and waterfalls. Lush landscaping. Enjoy an ice cream treat in the Clubhouse.National Riding Stables
Rte. 134Gettysburg, PA 17325717-334-1288"Ride Into History," horse ride rental tours. Licensed battlefield guided/tape tours on horse back. One hour trail ride horse rentals available, also stall and corrals for you to bring your own horse. Reservations recommended.Narrows Valley Ranch
Confederate AvenueGettysburg, PA 17325Reservation required"History on Horseback" Ride through the battlefield into Pickett's Charge. Two and three hour tours.