This hotel features an indoor pool, on-site movie theater, and 2 restaurants in the historic town of Gettysburg
Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham Gettysburg
Presidential décor and old world charm combine with modern amenities at Wyndham Gettysburg, situated a short 10-minute drive away from Gettysburg National Military Park and the David Wills House. Featuring 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, and on-site movie theater, this Gettysburg hotel positions guests for a stay filled with historic culture, entertainment, and enjoyment in this historic Pennsylvania city.
- 1863 Restaurant & Lounge: Executive Chef Andrew Ernst combines fresh ingredients for eggs, pastries, and other American favorites for breakfast, while searing and spicing fresh steak and seafood for dinner at the hotel’s on-site restaurant. The restaurant’s lounge offers crafted cocktails and beer to be paired with street-inspired pub fare.
- Popcorn and a Movie: Guests can catch the latest movie without having to leave the hotel at Gateway Theater, the hotel’s on-site movie theater.
- Make a splash with a dip in the hotel’s indoor pool or unwind after a day of exploring the city with a relaxing visit to the hot tub.
- Old-world charm combines with Federal-style flair in every guest room at the hotel – all of which include premium bedding and an in-room coffee maker.
- Break a sweat during a workout at the hotel’s modern fitness center.
- Explore the area: One of history’s most well-known battlefields sits 6 miles away at Gettysburg National Battlefield within the Gettysburg National Military Park. Guests can explore the Eisenhower National Historic Site before taking a shopping break at the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg, just 5 miles away from the hotel. Guests can also visit the nearby Liberty Mountain Resort to ski or snow tube.
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Civil War Battlefield amid Rolling Hills and Valleys
Gettysburg lies in the scenic hills of southern Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley. The town is best known as the site of the Civil War’s most famous—and bloodiest—battle. Visitors explore the 20,000-acre Gettysburg National Military Park, where Union soldiers defeated General Robert E. Lee’s Confederate troops and turned the tide of the war. Guests can take guided tours of the battlefield or drop by Gettysburg National Cemetery, where President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address.
The hilly landscape makes a picturesque backdrop for a number of seasonal outdoor activities, such as skiing and snow tubing at the nearby Liberty Mountain Resort. Day trips to Baltimore and Washington, DC, are easy—both cities are about a 90-minute drive away.