Founded in 1959, the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association continues its mission to preserve our American heritage.

Get involved to help with land preservation & advocacy, living history programs, lectures, seminars, site tours, and support of Scouting. ​

The 44th Annual Artifacts Show

2017 GBPA Civil War Artifacts and Collectibles Show

It’s the last weekend in June, one week before the July 4th holiday and the Gettysburg Anniversary Committee’s annual battle reenactment. The weather is ideal. But Barb Mowery, President of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association, is a bit disappointed as she helps oversee the opening of the organization’s 44th Civil...

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Events & Opportunities
Preservation, programs, and support

Join us at regular events, shows, and music at the Historic Daniel Lady Farm.

Upcoming Events

Every weekend until Dec
Every weekend until December 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Historic Daniel Lady Farm Tours Farmhouse and barn tours, living history Admission: $10;...
6/23 - 6/25
One of the nation’s largest Civil War collectibles shows.
Historic Daniel Lady Farm
The Friday music program on July 28 has been cancelled due to the weather forecast.
How the Gettysburg Community and military medical personnel responded to the mass causalities left behind by the two armies. Living history and presentations
How the Gettysburg Community and military medical personnel responded to the mass causalities left behind by the two armies. Living history and presentations
The Historic Daniel Lady Farm
Scout Camping on the Historic Daniel Lady Farm
Scout Camping on the The Historic Daniel Lady Farm
The Historic Daniel Lady Farm

Since 1999, the GBPA has owned, restored and operated the historic 146-acre Daniel Lady Farm on the Old Hanover Street. The farm served as Major General Edward Johnson’s staging area for the Confederate attack on Culp’s Hill, and was used as a Confederate Field Hospital during the battle. The Historic Daniel Lady Farm staff offers tours, camping for reenactors and scouts, living history demonstrations and educational workshops.

Living History

Reenactors, Boy Scouts of America Venture Crew 1861, Scout Camping, and the Education Center

Preservation

Help us in the preservation of the historic Gettysburg Battlefield.

Become A Member

Join the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association and now enjoy free admission to the Daniel Lady House and Hospital tours and more.