Pointers from a long time battlefield troll…. Enjoy the sesquicentennial celebration like a local.
- Best Lunch Spot- Tommy’s Pizza; A Gettysburg tradition since 1973. A central location that cannot be beat.
- Best Dinner Spot- The Dobbin House Tavern; The oldest home in Gettysburg, now a fine colonial restaurant.
- Best Breakfast Spot- The Avenue Restaurant; Serving a hearty and affordable breakfast since 1958
- Best place to grab a pint- O’Rorke’s Pub and Eatery; An Irish pub worthy of the unsung hero of Little Round Top
- Authentic touch for tourists- Gibson Photography; Have your portrait taken, 19th century style!
- Best Smoke Shop- Gettysburg Cigar Company; An amazing assortment of house blend pipe tobacco
- Best Use of Extra Time- Louis Welsh Portraits; Gettysburg’s most underrated artist. His portraits are first-rate in pastel or charcoal
- Ghost Spotting- Farnsworth House Inn; Bed and breakfast, living history, and famous ghost tours.
- Best Hotel- Quality Inn at Lee’s Headquarters; Your stay will be literally, on the battlefield.
- Put on the Uniform- The Regimental Quartermaster; The perfect spot for beginners and hardcore reenactors