The Round Top / Greenmount neighborhood is mostly made up of green space where you'll find part of the Battlefield, the Eisenhower historic home and the Evergreen Cemetery. All this green space may be one of the reasons why the neighborhood is ranked one of the quietest in the United States.
See & Do
Your introduction to Gettysburg starts off at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. It's the best place to start to get your bearings and a basis for what you will experience. The Round Top / Greenmount neighborhood is dominated by the Battlefield landscape, making it the more quiet parts of town.
Dine at Richard's Restaurant and Lounge at the Eisenhower Hotel Gettysburg for hearty American food if you don't want to get caught up in the wait you'll find further into town. The environment is cozy and the scenery is peaceful. If President Eisenhower were still around, he'd probably be happy to peg Richard's as one of his other retreats.
There are plenty of options where you can rest your head in Gettysburg but since you may be spending a lot of your time near the Battlefield or perhaps you want to get a more up close and personal experience of what it feels like to sleep near it, consider your stay at the Eisenhower Hotel Gettysburg. You have accommodations, attractions, and dining all in one place.