Gettysburg Culinary Adventure

Gettysburg Culinary Adventure

On this tour you can experience the Battle of Blue and Gray of Gettysburg like never before as well as delight in unique dining opportunities that you will have to see and taste to believe!


On this tour you can experience the Battle of Blue and Gray of Gettysburg like never before as well as delight in unique dining opportunities that you will have to see and taste to believe!

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$519 per person/Double

$629pp/Single - $479pp/Triple

$389pp/Children 12 & Under sharing a room w/2 paying adults


Welcome to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where the turning point of the Civil War occurred 152 years ago, from July 1 - 3, 1863. Here at Gettysburg, more men actually fought and more men died than in any other battle before or since on North American soil. History and civil war buffs and foodies, come one, come all and join us for this terrific tour. This amazing tour is packed with activities for both history and food lovers alike. On this tour you can experience the Battle of Blue and Gray of Gettysburg like never before as well as delight in unique dining opportunities that you will have to see and taste to believe.


EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book and pay in full by July 22, 2017 and receive $25 off per person! 


Departure Points:

Yankee Trails, Rensselaer -7:00am
Dick's/Field & Stream, Latham Farms - 7:30am
Wal-Mart, Catskill Commons - 8:30am
Kingston Plaza, Kingston - 8:20am
*New Paltz, Exit 18 Park & Ride - 8:50am
Newburgh, Wal-Mart (Garden Center) - 9:20am
1201 Union Ave

*Please note New Paltz is a drop off/pick up zone ONLY. Leaving a vehicle is not permitted We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, however we must adhere to the policies set forth by the Thruway authority.

Sunday, October 21:

Travel with us today to our destination, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Upon our arrival we will visit the Shriver House Museum and Saloon. Dedicated to the civilian experience during the Battle of Gettysburg, the Shriver House Museum appears much the way it did when it was built in 1860. Learn what life was like at that time as you tour the home and hear the harrowing story of the Shriver family’s experiences during the battle from a costumed guide. After the tour we will check into our accommodations at the Courtyard by Marriott (717-334-5600) which is located just outside of the town center. This non-smoking hotel near Gettysburg National Military Park offers a sunny outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi Internet, 24-hour front desk with a coffee station, and in-room microwaves and refrigerators. Following check in we’re off to the Mason Dixon Distillery for a tour and tasting. Dinner is included tonight at the historic Fairfield Inn; our dinner from The South. After the Battle of Gettysburg, on July 4, 1863, General Robert E. Lee and his soldiers stopped to dine here. During dinner, "General & Mrs. Lee" will entertain you with stories from the 19th century and the Civil War.

Monday, October 22:

After a buffet breakfast included at the hotel, we will travel to the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center & Museum. The 24,000 square foot Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War features a new gallery to display the restored Cyclorama Painting, the Gettysburg Museum, two theaters for a new 22-minute film, "A New Birth of Freedom," a Refreshment Saloon, and a museum bookstore. Tour a civil war camp conducted by a civil war soldier in full battle dress. During this program you will experience a day in the life of a soldier. Guests are issued a wooden replica rifle, haversack and hat. The camp area is actual battle ground held by confederate during the battle of Gettysburg. Lunch today is included at "Abe Lincoln" at General Picketts Buffet. After lunch, we will travel to the only Historic Gettysburg collection of wines, Adams County Winery is a small farm winery located in a 19th century bank barn. After our tasting, this afternoon we will get an in-depth look at what it means to be a fruit grower in the 21st century at Hollabaugh Brothers Fruit Farm & Market. Visit the bee room and learn how different species of bees do different kinds of pollination before taking a covered wagon tour of the farm with a stop to pick apples. Sample cider and donuts as well before our departure. We will have time to freshen up at our hotel before we depart to the Dobbins House Tavern, the oldest building in Gettysburg with General & Mrs. Grant. After dinner we will return to the hotel.

Tuesday, October 23:

A buffet breakfast is included at the hotel this morning. First, we will visit the Eisenhower National Historic Site, home and farm of General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield, the farm served the President as a weekend retreat and a meeting place for world leaders. With its peaceful setting and view of South Mountain, it was a much needed respite from Washington and a backdrop for efforts to reduce Cold War tensions. Lunch is included today at Hickory Bridge Farm. Dive into a delicious family-style lunch of Chicken and Biscuits and Baked Ham as well as salad, fruit, potatoes, vegetables, corn fritters and dessert. During lunch we will visit with and enjoy stories by "Mamie Eisenhower" as she recalls her first meeting with Ike, the trials and tribulations of marriage, war, politics, the presidency and their life together in Gettysburg. After lunch we will visit Mr. Ed's Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium. Home to one of the areas most unique gift shops, this museum houses over 10,000 elephants as well as a Pez room, magnet room and the largest candy display around! Be sure to ask for a taste of their homemade fudge. We will depart at 2:30pm with an approximate arrival in the Capital District at 9:00pm. One stop each way.

Tour Includes:

  • Round-Trip Motorcoach Transportation

  • Hotel Accommodations

  • Baggage Handling & Taxes

  • Shriver House Museum & Saloon

  • Mason Dixon Distillery Tour & Tasting

  • General & Mrs. Grant Dinner

  • Eisenhower National Historic Site

  • Maime Eisenhower Lunch

  • Hollabough Bros. Inc. Fruit Farm & Market

  • Adams County Winery Tour & Tasting

  • General & Mrs. Lee Dinner

  • Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center

  • 2-Hour Gettysburg Battlefield Tour with Licensed Battlefield Guide

  • Ed’s Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium

  • 2 Breakfasts

  • 2 Lunches

  • 2 Dinners

  • 600 Points

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Catskill Catskill Commuter Lot - Exit 21 of Thruway
Near Visitors Center on Rte 23B
Kingston Kingston Plaza - Lot E (next to baseball field)
Westbrook Ln, Kingston, NY 12401
Latham Farms Dick's/Field & Stream, Latham Farms
579 Troy-Schenectady Rd, Latham, NY 12110
Yankee Trails Yankee Trails
569 Third Ave. Ext, Rensselaer, NY

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