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Adams County Winery's Monumental Trolley Tour
The Adams County Winery is located in Orrtanna, Pennsylvania, eight miles west of Gettysburg. It first began operations in 1975 and will celebrate its 40th Anniversary on June 27. New this year is the launch of the Monumental Trolley Tour on June 7. The tour begins at the Winery and you'll travel through the countryside aboard an antique trolley car. Stops include a visit to the Gettysburg Historic Battlefield. A licensed Battlefield Tour Guide will share the stories and history behind the battlefield monuments. While traveling to and from the Battlefield, you'll sample the Historic Series Wines produced by the Adams County Winery. Cheese and crackers will be served and a stemless Adams County wine glass will be provided as a souvenir. Tours last approximately three hours. Additional tour dates are June 21, July 12 and July 26. The tour requires a reservation by telephone since seating is limited. For reservations, contact the winery at 717-334-4631.
The owners of the Adams County Winery also own & operate the Historic Fairfield Inn. It is one of America's oldest inns and served as a Confederate Civil War Hospital and a stop on the Underground Railroad. Sleep in the guestroom Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart used in 1862. Located in Fairfield, Pennsylvania, it is about eight miles from the Winery. The Mansion House Restaurant & Squire Miller's Tavern, located at the Inn, offer a wide selection of classically prepared dishes.
See you in Gettysburg this summer!