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The Daniel Lady farm created a new fall event, The Fall Skirmish for those of us who are Civil War Reenactors who had an event cancelled. The planned everything beautifully and put it all together very quickly.
The interpreters at the farm are all lovely...More
Where do I start?! The Daniel Lady farm is breathtaking. It is full of history and and very worth while. The tour guides are in period clothing adding to the experience and bringing you into the 1860s life. There are a couple of reviews saying...More
My mom and i visited the farm as recomended by a friend. We learned so much! The real blood stains and everyone in period clothing made it feel like you stepped back in time. The individuals here provide tons of information and really do a...More
One of the must-sees during a visit to the Gettysburg Battlefield. It was one of the many houses used as a field hospital during and after the Civil War battle. A very nice old stone farm house with nice surroundings.
We delayed our departure from Gettysburg by an hour in order to visit this farm. It was a weekend; they were supposed to be open at 10. They were not. A man was on a tractor near the barn; he made no move to come...More
We visited Gettysburg in June and went to the Daniel Lady Farm's dusk Civil War Era music concert. It was a different way to get submersed in the atmosphere of Gettysburg through the music. I believe they post on their Facebook page and give a...More
if you are ever given a chance to take a tour of the daniel lady farm it is a must do! the farm was a key location for the battle of gettysburg being a field hospital and hq for the confederate army. i went there...More
Visited the Daniel Lady Farm on way home. First we went to the house for a tour and stories of the soldiers that were wounded were brought there. You can still see blood stains on the floors. Some of the house has been modernized, while...More