Meetings & Events
The Historic Gettysburg, PA Meeting Venue
The Gettysburg Hotel creates meetings and events that are truly historic. Our newly renovated facilities retain their historic charm of the past two centuries yet offer a refreshing layout and provide versatile and functional spaces for meetings, events and small conferences.
The Atrium welcomes your guests with ample room for pre-function activities such as registration, cocktail mixers and vendor display areas. With quick and easy access to ample downtown parking, this striking first impression will set the tone for your event.
Our meeting facility offers flexible spaces for meetings and events. Breakout sessions, classroom training and intimate meetings can all be accommodated in our updated facilities. Large events, banquets and keynotes are hosted on our Grand Ballroom, formerly the Gettysburg National Bank.
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Our Historic Setting and Facilities Make Your Event Historic
Gettysburg Hotel’s Grand Ballroom and three versatile meeting spaces each bear the name of a famous visitor from past centuries. Rooms can be set up to suit any occasion or event.
The Thaddeus Stevens Room, features large inlaid windows and provides a grand sense of space in which to hold a variety of meetings or social event functions. The room is named for a 19th century guest whose law office was housed here.
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Room, whose namesake held many social and business meetings within the confines of the hotel, is distinguished by its stately windows and versatility. The space is suitable for meetings, seminars or presidential-style board meetings. The Eisenhower Room can also be divided with a retractable wall into two distinct spaces providing additional versatility and event options.
Daniel Webster, the great orator, was another visitor to our hotel. We’ve selected his name for this third room. The Daniel Webster room is a space designed to hold smaller intimate meetings and receptions of up to 40.
The Gettysburg National Bank, built in 1814, is now the home of our Historic Grand Ballroom. This space features 28-foot hand painted ceilings accentuated with sweeping velvet draperies and 19th Century chandelier and sconces. The motif will bring your event all the grandness of soirees from days gone by.
Conveniently located in downtown Gettysburg and within walking distance of shops, galleries and historic attractions, the hotel offers the ideal location for corporate gatherings and business functions, in addition to social events and private parties. Our abundance of meal options, room arrangements and special services will be adapted to suit your specific meeting or event requirements.