Gettysburg Scavenger Hunts – Explore Like a Kid

Gettysburg Scavenger Hunts – Exploring Your World on a Bicycle. I provide maps, photos, and descriptions. You hunt with your computer or on a bicycle. Your choice.

Last Update: May 10, 2020 (3:01 pm)

Gettysburg Scavenger Hunts … Why?

A bicyclist has the unique opportunity to zip around a battlefield park on smoothly paved roads while hunting for “intellectual treasure.” Armed with a map and a set of historical monuments to find, the bicyclist feels incredibly free to explore and enjoy a battlefield landscape. As any kid will tell you, it’s fun to do scavenger hunts! So for me, FUN is a good enough reason on its own.

But of course, we also learn about the Battle of Gettysburg when we study monument photos and then figure out where to find them. We are learning when we figure out why a monument stands at a particular  location. And we are certainly learning when we pause to read a monument’s inscription.

I hope that you enjoy the following articles (which are also listed in our website index):

Sort IDScavenger Hunt TopicLink
1USA State MonumentsHunt
2CSA State MonumentsHunt
3Equestrian MonumentsHunt
4Bronze Statues Honoring IndividualsHunt
5Monuments and MarkersComing Soon
6Corps Headquarters MonumentsComing Soon
7CSA Regimental MonumentsComing Soon
8USA Regimental MonumentsComing Soon
9Buildings and MemorialsComing Soon
10FarmsComing Soon
11GeographyComing Soon
12Roads and Battle LinesComing Soon
13Soldiers' National CemeteryComing Soon
14Evergreen CemeteryComing Soon
15Witness TreesComing Soon

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