The Grave Digger Tours were launched in the spring of 2012.
Our intent is to provide an authentic look at the horrors of dealing
with the dead and dying – both human and animal –
following the historic three-day battle.
Many visitors to Gettysburg have heard of the famous locations
. . . . . . . . . . .
Little Round Top and Big Round Top.
The Slaughter Pen.
The Peach Orchard.
But many do not realize the battle was fought in the streets
of the town, as well as the area now designated as the National
In addition to Americans from all over the United States,
visitors from Australia, Germany, Wales, Ireland, Canada, and
England have taken our walks – and some of our overseas
guests very strongly identify with being a Rebel (Confederate) or
a Yankee (Union)!
Are you writing a novel set in the Gettysburg area in the 1860s?
Join us! Our guided walking tours are an excellent opportunity to
visit locations in existence during the Civil War – and give you
the opportunity to find out more about that period of our American
For more information on available tours, including times and
ticket prices, please visit Our Tours
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