Welcome to the Battle Information Center.

Dine in Gettysburg's Oldest, Most
Historic House.  Built in 1776.
Gettysburg, PA

Beautiful accommodations ideally  situated to overlook the spot where Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address and within walking distance of the National Park Service Visitors Center and most major attractions.

Stay at your own 12 acre farm with 11 room historically decorated  1858 farmhouse. Located on the east slope of Little Round Top made famous in the movie "Gettysburg."


Adams County and its county seat of Gettysburg are located in south-central Pennsylvania on the famous Mason-Dixon line, the historic border line drawn between 1763 and 1767.  But the earliest European settlers had arrived in the area as early as the 1730's.

We, the local Adams County citizens are proud of our area and our historic heritage.  Our quaint villages of Fairfield, New Oxford, East Berlin, Littlestown, Biglerville, Carroll Valley and others are pleasant sites to live and work. We are one of the nation's premiere agricultural areas, producing some of the finest fruits, vegetables and dairy products.   Second to agriculture, tourism is a mainstay of the local economy.

The links below lead to some local area organizations, governments and people.

Adams County Bicentennial Web Site
Local Community Churches
Local Community Nonprofit Organizations
Community News
Special Events Calendar
Community Business Links
Government Information
Your Comments on the Community
Seasonal Links
Sponsor Index
Visitor Stories Archives
History Stories Archives
Community Stories Archives
Visitor Bureau Stories Archives
Sponsor Stories Archives

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Our county is now home to about 90,000 people and Gettysburg about 8,000.uline200.gif (1353 bytes)

This site is dedicated to the spirit of all the soldiers who fought here as a tribute to loyalty.