3 Things to Do While Visiting Gettysburg

Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg is a town full of history, and history is best experienced with your family. The site of a major battle in the American Civil War, Gettysburg includes several educational experiences that give kids and adults alike a dose of history. Check out these awesome things to do while visiting Gettysburg.

Gettysburg History Center

A visit to the Gettysburg History Center is an absolute must, especially if it’s your family’s first trip. While touring a full battlefield can take hours, viewing the Gettysburg Diorama takes just 30 minutes. There are more than 20,000 hand-painted figures on the battlefield. Many of them include lights and sound that make the replica more vivid.

Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station

The Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station is a shining symbol of the Battle of Gettysburg. President Abraham Lincoln arrived at the station when he came to give the Gettysburg Address. Visiting this site is free and open to the public.

Gettysburg Licensed Town Historians

The Battle of Gettysburg truly shaped the town unlike any event before it. Today, the Gettysburg Licensed Town Historians preserve the history and educate visitors. Families can walk the streets and see just what the citizens and soldiers lived through in 1863. Walking tours last 90 minutes. Group sizes are limited to preserve the quality of the tour.

Need a new vehicle to transport you and your family on your Gettysburg day trip? Stop by H&H Chevrolet to take a shiny new 2019 Chevy for a test drive.

Electric Chevrolet Camaro Concept

2019 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe SS

Who says an electric car can’t be fast? The Chevrolet eCOPO Camaro concept fuses the performance muscle car enthusiasts want with the eco-friendly efficiency that environmentalists crave. And it can jet down a drag strip in as little as 9 seconds.

First Appearance

In its initial appearance, the electric Chevrolet Camaro tore down a quarter-mile strip in just 10.14 seconds. That was just at 80-percent power though. The engineers behind the electric model knew they could do better.

Engine

The electric Chevrolet Camaro concept features a powertrain that generates 700 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque. The instant torque isn’t definitely impressive. After all, how often does a muscle car manage to pop a wheelie off the starting line?

Stability

Not only is the concept fast, but it’s also quiet, like most other electric vehicles. The 800-volt system is comprised of four 175-pound batteries located in the rear of the Camaro for enhanced stability.

As electric cars increase in popularity around the world, the electric Chevrolet Camaro concept might make its way to dealership lots in the near future. Stay tuned for more news on this exciting concept car. In the meantime, stop by to take one of our current Chevy Camaro models for a test drive.