The Peach Orchard, Gettysburg

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  • Gettysburg: Battlefield Self-Guided Driving Tour

    1. Gettysburg: Battlefield Self-Guided Driving Tour

    This self-guided audio and GPS tour allows you to explore Gettysburg’s historic wonders with maximum flexibility, safety, and value. Simply hop in your own car, get the tour guide app set up on your phone, and get started. All audio plays automatically based on location. The tour follows the intense 3-day battle at Gettysburg chronologically. It begins at the Gettysburg Heritage Center, where you learn about the lead-up to the battle. Then, you explore McPherson’s Ridge, the site of the first skirmish of the first day. From there, you continue past the Railway Cut, Iverson’s Pits, and Seminary Ridge until you reach the end of Day 1. As you continue to follow the route, begin Day 2 with an exploration at Little Round Top, Devil’s Den, the Peach Orchard, and Culp’s Hill. Day 3 then begins with the infamous Pickett’s Charge. This comprehensive tour ends at the Gettysburg Cemetery, where y...

    It took us a while to figure it out but once we got it started, it was wonderful!

  • Gettysburg: Battlefield Audio Tour for Driving and Walking

    2. Gettysburg: Battlefield Audio Tour for Driving and Walking

    Walk in the footsteps of Civil War soldiers. Relive the battle strategies of Gettysburg generals. Embark on an adventure that brings this historic three-day battle to life. Journey through Gettysburg by vehicle and on foot, and learn about the bravery and humanity of individual soldiers. Hear the history of sites like Seminary Ridge. Visit the battlefield and imagine watching the fighting unfold from your vantage point. Let your audio guide make Gettysburg come alive as you walk through the boulder-strewn landscape of Devil’s Den. Feel transported back in time amongst the towering boulders and alien landscape. Imagine soldiers, generals, and cannoneers battling around you. Uncover the history of sites like Little Round Top, as you learn about the frantic maneuvering and raw courage of Union soldiers. Hear too about the ghosts of the battlefield. Uncover the mysterious, inexplicable ev...

    My husband has a bad back so he cannot do a lot of walking so this was perfect for us

  • Gettysburg: 50 Self-Guided Tours across the USA

    3. Gettysburg: 50 Self-Guided Tours across the USA

    Create your own cross-country trail, following recommended routes between 50 of the best attractions the United States has to offer. Enjoy audio and visual guides that are curated by local experts, creative writers, and professional voice artists, conveniently packed into the Action Tour Guide App. Start your adventure at Gettysburg Heritage Center, and explore the Civil War's most important battlegrounds. See the roots of the revolution in Boston and Philadelphia. Visit Lexington and Concord to imagine the famous “shot heard ‘round the world”. Drive out to Cape Cod or Cape Ann for the unique shoreline and quaint New England towns. Turn back time at the Gilded Age mansions in Newport. Roll down your windows on the Pacific Coast Highway, and take in the majesty of Big Sur. Head west to Utah’s “Mighty Five” national parks, and admire each breath-taking landscape. Swing north to Yellowst...

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What people are saying about The Peach Orchard, Gettysburg

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 73 reviews

I would definitely recommend taking the driving tour. You can get out and spend as much time as you want at the different sites and it takes you right through town so you can start the tour before you hit town and stop along the way!

Great tour you can do at your own pace. The only downside is getting to the first stop on the tour. It's confusing. But once you find it you're good to go! A wonderful trip!

We enjoyed the app and all of Gettysburg! Every man , woman ,and child of every race creed and color should have to come here! Maybe they would understand history better!

We didn’t have much time to spend in Gettysburg.this was a great way to see the battle fields at our own pace!

It took us a while to figure it out but once we got it started, it was wonderful!