The Cavalry © Gettysburg Reenactment
The Battle of Gettysburg was the most significant battle of the American Civil War. Over three days in early July, the blood of almost 50,000 soldiers was spilt on the fields outside the town of Gettysburg, in the battle that would become the turning point of the Civil War. Today, a re-enactment of the battle takes place as close to the original days (1-3 July) as possible, featuring tens of thousands of participants and spectators to educate and make aware of the early violent past of this powerful nation. The event is hugely popular and receives visitors from all across the United States. There are plenty of food and merchandise stalls too.
Date: 3 - 5 July 2015