Spend President’s Day 2011 in Gettysburg
Published February 16, 2011
What better way to spend President’s Day than in Gettysburg – a place rich with presidential history! Celebrate this history at the “West Wing” of President Eisenhower’s vacation home; the Historic Gettysburg Hotel, est. 1797. You will experience the life of President Dwight D. Eisenhower with a tour of his farm and witness the bedroom where president Abraham Lincoln crafted the infamous Gettysburg Address at the David Wills House, Gettysburg’s newest museum.
After your presidential agenda, retreat to our luxurious accommodations and enjoy dinner for two in Centuries on the Square or McClellan’s Tavern, as well as a plentiful breakfast buffet the following morning.
Take some history home with you by stopping into “Pages of the Past” for your choice from five presidential hardback biographies including Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Grant and Eisenhower. Enhance your memories with a deluxe keepsake box of note cards from renowned artist Mort Kunstler depicting Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.
- Traditional: $240 (based on double occupancy)
- Suite: $270 (based on double occupancy)
- Family Price: add $32.30 per child (ages 6-12 years)
Visit the Gettysburg Hotel website or call 1-800-780-7234 for more information or to make a reservation.