This is also a good stop to make on your tour of Gettysburg. The railroad station had some fighting around it also, and allot of history to be learned.
This was free admission, and fun to visit. Maybe best for adults and teens (a lot of neat display boards to read). Some interesting relics are displayed which had been found beneath renovated floorboards, etc. Great history of a bygone era - that died around the 1940s, after automobile took center stage in peoples' lives. Nice renovation job to the... More
We visited Gettysburg to see the sights other than the battlefield which we had seen before. Such a fun afternoon. This museum was an unexpected surprise. The people in the area joined together to renovate it and did a great job. A simple exhibit but perfectly conveyed the story of Lincoln's visit. The woman hosting visitors was excellent. I think... More
A quaint little station with historical significance. Stand where President Lincoln stood 150 years ago. Learn the history of the station an it's contribution to the Battle of Gettysburg. Please check hours of operation in advance as they are limited.
The museum is very small with not a whole lot to see or do. The folks there are very helpful and friendly. It is worth visiting simply because of its connection to Lincoln and his Nov. 1863 visit.
Good start for a visit of Gettysburg, nice people with good info. Very enthusiastic! New display and info panels
Very friendly and informative. The visitors center has all information about things to do and the people are great.
We did not have much time, but we stopped here and they gave us some useful information. You can spend more time here, but we needed to hurry. They can give you good information on where to go.
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