The Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District is a region of contributing properties and over 1000 historic contributing structures (including Battle of Gettysburg memorials) and 315 historic buildings
The Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District is a region of contributing properties and over thousand historic contributing structures and 315 historic establishment, most of which are on the protected federal property of the smaller Gettysburg National Military Park. Historic establishments range from a 1776 Colonial tavern to a vacant 1962 Modernist museum. Contributing structures include postbellum artifacts such as the 1895 Hugh Round Top Observation Tower Foundation Ruin, the 1893 Electric Trolley Bed, and the last remaining Tipton Boundary Marker.
Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District
The Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District History
Historical events regarding the district’s registered documented properties have the famous 1863 Battle of Gettysburg and Gettysburg Address, and the subsequent Gettysburg Battlefield memorial development, historic commemorations, and addition of visitor services during the subsequent administrative eras.
NHD Project: The Battle of Gettysburg