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The magic of our tour is in the stories we tell, across all of Gettysburg we have unique stories, gathered from first-hand accounts and detailed research of historical records. Together they tell the story of the Battle of Gettysburg and how those three days of bloody battle in 1863 still affect the town today.

Over 7 or 11 stops and 60 – 90 minutes we will lay out for you a view of the battle from the point of view of those who lived here, who heard the cry of ‘The rebels are coming, the rebels are coming!’ and saw streams of soldiers take up residence around their small town.

Whether you are looking for a supernatural sleuthing experience in the quiet darkness of Gettysburg or a historical account of the battle that changed the course of the Civil War, we have combined both of these things into the finest ghost tour in Gettysburg.

In our research for this tour we have come across other stories that we just can’t include on this walking tour, but are fascinating stories, nonetheless. We have included these stories of hauntings and historical happenings from across the area in our blog of Pennsylvania hauntings, as well as a preview of some of the locations we will visit on the tour.

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The Farnsworth House

Now a bed and breakfast, the Farnsworth House used to be the territory of Confederate snipers during the Battle of Gettysburg. Regarded as one of the town’s most haunted places, the Confederate soldiers who were once inside have long passed… but continue to stay in the house.

The Hall of Presidents

The Hall of Presidents closed last year, but this former wax museum has a deep rooted history of paranormal activity. The Hall was filled with wax figures of every American President and First Lady, darkly built on a former Civil War burial ground. Being built atop a burial ground is seldom good news, and guests will learn how this building continues to be no exception…

Gettysburg Hotel
Extended Tour Exclusive

The beautiful Gettysburg Hotel is haunted by two spirits, man and woman, from wartime. They share a mysterious and deep bond, a secret known by only a small few. What is the tragic connection of this ghostly pair? Find out only on our extended tour!

The David Wills House
Extended Tour Exclusive

The David Wills House is one of the most remarkable places in Gettysburg. During wartime, David Wills, a young lawyer, took on a difficult project by helping the many wounded and dead soldiers of Gettysburg. Wills made his home into a hospital for the wounded. He also took on the role of a gravedigger, helping establish a proper burial ground for the dead. For Wills’s efforts, President Lincoln spoke at the completed burial ground’s dedication and stayed at this house. Of course, this house isn’t just historically significant–it’s haunted, too. Learn the haunted side of this storied house only on our extended tour!