160th Battle of Gettysburg Anniversary

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Daniel Lady Farm


JUNE  30 th    JULY  1 st  and  JULY   2 nd, 2023

Starts at 9:00 am each day!

CLICK HERE to view the 3-day schedule!



The Historic Daniel Lady Farm will come alive with Reenactors and Living Historians eager to bring those boring history books to life.


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CLICK HERE to register.

Registration is only for Reenactors and Living Historians.

CLICK HERE for GBPA's Event Rules and Regulations

CLICK HERE for the 160th Battle of Gettysburg Impression Guidelines


Sutler and Vendor Registration is now open.

Vendor acceptance is based on the approval of the GBPA Event committee.

Please complete proper application and submit it to events@gbpa.org.  The committee will review your application and you will be notified of your acceptance and sent the necessary information to complete your registration.  Any questions, please email events@gbpa.org.

If you have a Civil War Period tent and set-up, please complete our


If you have a modern set up (pop-up, nylon tent, etc) please complete our



 The GBPA has set the dates of the 160th Gettysburg Battle Anniversary event. 

This will be a THREE  DAY  EVENT to honor and remember those who sacrificed each day of this significant clash.

In response to the overwhelming feedback from our visitors, we will be adding BLEACHER SEATING to the battlefield viewing area. 

Spectator tickets will be available online by November 2022. 

Please note, due to insurance requirements, the general public cannot participate in the battle. 


The Battles

There will be one major battle each of the three days corresponding with the three days of the original battle.

Friday: Buford's Stand - The First Shot

Saturday:  Rolling Thunder - From the Wheatfield to the Valley of Death

Sunday:  Kemper's Assault of Pickett's Charge.


Some Activities To Look Forward To

  • Visit the Military camps and see how a soldier lived while moving from skirmish to skirmish.     

  • Our Living History Village has all kinds of displays for your learning pleasure. Living Historians are happy to talk to you about everything from how families managed without their father or husband to early Embalming methods. 

  • See the Medical Museums in the Lady House and Barn to learn about Battlefield Medicine, surgery, and amputations.  See the certified blood stains still on the floors and learn the stories they tell us. 

  • Along with our large Speaker tent, we now have two new demonstration areas which allow for more detailed learning experiences.  The Honorable Steven Reed area allows for larger demonstrations like how to fire a cannon and what the Sharpshooters of the time could do.

  •  The Nancy Heller King demo area is focused on Domestic Studies.  What did it take to run a household back then?  What type of skills were a young lady expected to learn in order to manage her own home?  Needlework, hearth cooking, child rearing, gardening and more will be presented next to the home Rebecca Lady took so much pride in.


Visit HERE for more information about this event!


As always, all proceeds from this event will go towards the maintenance and upkeep of the Historic Daniel Lady Farm buildings and grounds. 


               We appreciate all your support in preserving this truly Hallowed Ground