Shriver House Museum

In 1860, the Civil War came to Gettysburg, Penn., changing the lives of the town's citizens forever. The stories of the townspeople are told at the Shriver House Museum, a restored home occupied by the Shriver family during the Battle of Gettysburg. George and Hattie Shriver, along with their daughters Sadie and Mollie, lived in a house that provided the Confederate Army a clear view of the Union forces. The house was occupied throughout the battle, and today, the home has been restored to its original condition and is open to the public as a museum. 

Stepping into the Shriver House Museum is akin to stepping back into 19th-century America. Actors in era-specific garb represent the townspeople of the time, and tours offer insight into how the Shriver family lived. The site is filled with artifacts of the family and other citizens in Gettysburg. Some of the most interesting findings have included Civil War medical supplies, ammunition and children's toys and clothes—thought to have belonged to the Shriver children. The museum offers a fascinating perspective into the civilian aspect of the Battle of Gettysburg. 

Practical Info

The Shriver House Museum is located in its original location, at 309 Baltimore Avenue in Gettysburg, Penn. The museum's hours vary by season, and its entrance fees and shop sales go toward continuing its restoration. Admission for adults is $8.95, and there is a $2 discount for children ages 7-12.
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Adres: 309 Baltimore Avenue, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325, VS
Time
Openingstijden: Vary by Season
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Toegang: Adult $8.95; Child $6.95
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