You'll find a wide variety of lodging options in Gettysburg, from bed & breakfasts to major hotel chains and everything in between. View a partial list.
For more options, visit the Gettysburg Convention and Visitor's Bureau.
Restaurants and Shops
For those of you who like to explore, downtown Gettysburg has a lot to offer! On Chambersburg Street you will discover quite a variety of restaurants: The Blue Parrot Bistro, Mamma Ventura, Ernie's Texas Lunch, Thai Classic IV, and The Ragged Edge Coffee Shop. In addition, two bakeries are located across Washington Street from each other: Wells Family Bakery and Johnny Como's Cupcakes and Coffee Shop. Just a short distance down the street is Garryowen Irish Pub, Gettysburg's only Irish-owned pub. As you stroll along, be sure to visit all of the unique gift shops that line the street, including The Spirited Ladies Shop and A&A Village Treasures, each offering unique artisan gifts and jewelry.
Walking down York Street, you will find Gallery 30, a distinctive bookstore that has beautiful jewelry and a variety of crafts for sale, too. Wentz Stained Glass Studio is the home for custom designed glasswork. Across the street is the downtown home for Mexican food, El Costeno.
Wander along Baltimore Street and you will come upon Ping's, a Japanese and Chinese restaurant, and Café Saint Amand, a petite Parisian oasis offering crepes and all things French. To satisfy your sweet tooth, Sweeet! offers a wide selection of unique and retro candy, toys, and sodas. Pages of the Past Bookstore carries an extensive collection of history titles. For Gettysburg souvenirs, visit the Union Drummer Boy and the House of Bender.
The center of the downtown area is a circle, known as Lincoln Square! Home to a Saturday morning farmer's market from late April to November, there are various shops and eateries dotting the circumference. Inside 17 on the Square you'll find antiques and Lincoln's Sparrow, a restaurant that features homemade fare. Also tucked away inside is a small branch of Scott & Co. Fine Jewelers. Next door at 19 on the Square is Hauser Estate Winery's tasting room, where you can relax while you taste some local wine and Jack's Hard Cider. The Pub is a favorite of students, parents, and alumni. Across Carlisle Street is The Gettysburg Hotel, home of the newly-remodeled One Lincoln restaurant with a panoramic view of Lincoln Square. Next door, Codori's Bavarian Gift Shop will delight everyone with its German giftware and dolls. Downtown Gettysburg's newest restaurant is located on the circle at 2 Baltimore Street. The Blue & Gray Bar & Grill offers 15 microbrews and signature Battlefield Burgers.
There is something for everyone in downtown Gettysburg!