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About Shriver House Museum, Gettysburg

The horror of the war affected the lives of people in Gettysburg and changed their lives forever. In order to tell people from current generations what it was during that time, the home of George and Hettie Shriver is transformed into a museum and is open for public. A lot of things dating back to that era have been displayed here. You can get the guided tour of the house and know more about the Shrivers and their condition when the war broke out.

Shriver House Museum Tickets Prices

  • Adults: 8.95 USD
  • Youth (ages 7-12): 6.95 USD

How To Get To Shriver House Museum by Public Transport

  • Buses from Baltimore St. At Breckenridge St. bus station, hired taxis and cars.

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Address: 309 Baltimore St, Gettysburg, PA 17325, USA

Phone: +1-7173372800

Ticket Price: 9 USD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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  • Best place to hear about the people of Gettysburg and what they went thru during and after the 3 days battle. Lived our guide. She was a excellent hostess.

  • Loved the tour! Very interesting. Well worth the small amount that it costs for the tour. Bought some 16oz bar glasses that we love! Will visit again.

  • When went to the Shriver House while in Gettysburg. A fun piece of history. The tour was very informative, with a great tour of the house and Tavern in the basement. Go

  • This place was so cool! Is a just see but I believe you can only go with your buses

  • My husband and I visited the Shriver House one Sunday morning. It was very interesting to see how people lived pre and post Civil War. It was one of the highlights of our Gettysburg trip. It is a must see.

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