Gettysburg: Haunted Civil War Ghost Tour
- Duration options: 1 - 1.5 hours
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Ken is extremely knowledgeable in the life of the residents of Gettysburg during the Civil War. He has studied the lives and interactions and relationships between the residents. He was able to give us accounts about where people lived, what they did during and after the Battle of Gettysburg. He told us how the war affected all the townspeople. The day we took the tour was very hot. Everyone else canceled that day except my husband and myself. He could have canceled out on us, but did not. Ken gave us an excellent private tour geared just to us. It was a blessing to us.
Easy to use. We hopped off at the Barnes and then back on again later and went to Penitentiary. Big problem there had to wait over half hour in the awful heat. But the driver and the tour guide were very nice . Explained a lot about the city as I am from here and didn’t know some of the things he informed us about so happy about all that
Richard was fantastic, very knowledgeable and wasn't bothered by answering questions that we had. As someone who has done the self driving tour which can get confusing, Richard was great at pointing out landmarks to make more sense out of what actually happened at Gettysburg.
I cant say enough good about the hop on hop off tour! The bus went to nearly everything I wanted to see on my visit to Philly and instead of focusing on traffic and the travel between sights I was entertained entertained informed by amazing tour guides kn the bus!
We had an excellent two-hour battleground tour with Truman Eyler. His wealth of knowledge, plain-spoken way, and communication skills are excellent. I highly recommend using registered battlefield guides for your tour of Gettysburg.