Gettysburg, Susquehannock – Reenactors and spectators alike are looking forward to the annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment this weekend, exactly 154 years after the original Battle of Gettysburg on July 1-3, 1863.
Thousands of Civil War reenactors will reenact several actions of this historic battle, starting with “The Ambush at Hunterstown” on Saturday, July 1st and finishing with a segment of “Pickett’s Charge” on Monday.
One of the biggest and most popular civil war events in the country, it is not just about the battles. There will be live mortar fire demonstrations and a living history area where visitors can experience life in a civil war military camp. Added to this are many demonstrations including civil war music, 1860’s ladies fashions and civil war medicine, and, for the first time, interactive activities for children.
Experience living history! Day tickets are available at the gate.