Gettysburg Military Park Visitor Center is the place to begin. The center has all the information on park tours, information on the town of Gettysburg, and is the meeting point for licensed guided tours. The visitor center is home to the museum which houses the Rosenteel Collection of Gettysburg relics, and the Electric Map program, where the battle is diagrammed and intrepreted through a dynamic map. The shuttle fo Eisenhower National Historic Site is located at the visitor center.
Cyclorama Center is located next door to the main visitor center. The Cyclorama Center conducts regular screenings of an orientation film, and also houses many of the museum's exhibits.
Soldier's National Cemetary is across from the visitor center. This cemetary is where fallen Union soldier's were buried following the battle at Gettysburg. Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address on this site on November 19, 1863.
Eisenhower National Historic Site is located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield and is the home and farm of President Dwight. D. Eisenhower. This site served as a respite from Washington during Eisenhower's presidency, and was an important location for conducting efforts to relieve Cold War tensions. Visitors may tour the President's home, roam around the farm, or participate in ranger programs.
McMillan Woods Youth Campground is the only on-site camping available within park borders. This campsite is seasonally available to scout troops and youth organizations only. Camping reservations are accepted through a lottery system beginning the first of every year.
The visitor centers offer demonstrations, slide programs, videos, guided walks, and special events. To see the current list of visitor programs, visit Gettysburg National Military Park's schedule of events.