With all the action the took place in Gettysburg, 150 years ago, most of the nightlife in town is dead. That is, nightlife involves looking for the spirits of the dead. It's a different kind of nightlife but in a town where the buried outnumber the living, it makes sense. On average, ghost tours outnumber nightspots 2:1. Pike Restaurant, Sharpshooters Grille and Blue Parrot Bistro are the closest you'll find to nightlife in town, all of which either have a late night bar or feature live entertainment. You won't find a traditional club, however, you can take a ghost tour of your picking. Companies like Sleep Hallow of Gettysburg Candlelight Ghost Tours and After Dark Investigations may not be spinning beats but they will show you a hauntingly good time when the sun goes down.
Tawanna has had a wanderlust spirit since she was 13. A dozen or so addresses later, she now resides in Maryland with her husband and two sons.
Tawanna is the founder and creator of Mom's Guide To Travel, a family travel blog. She's also a contributor to the Travel Channel.
If she's not traveling somewhere out of state, she's either shopping or searching for the... Read More