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25th Anniversary of Gettysburg, The Movie - The Director's Cut

25th Anniversary of Gettysburg, The Movie - The Director's Cut
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TICKET PRICES
$25 (VIP Package Available: $150)

Saturday, October 13th / 5:00 pm

Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the release of the iconic movie Gettysburg with Director Ron Maxwell and special guests.

Attendees are welcome to attend a Q&A session with the Director beginning at 5:00 pm before the film begins at 6:00 pm. Proceeds from ticket purchases support the preservation and education missions of the Gettysburg Foundation and Journey Through Hallowed Ground

General Admission: $25

VIP Tickets ($150) include:

  • A private dinner in the lobby of the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center on Friday evening, October 12, at 5:30 PM that will feature an exclusive performance in the auditorium by acclaimed actor Stephen Lang focused on the trials and turmoil of soldiers from different eras, culled from his dramatic plays "Wheatfield," "Beyond Glory," and "His Dark Land." The dinner program is an intimate conversation with Stephen Lang and historian Harold Holzer about Stephen’s performance and the challenges of bringing history to life through film and on stage. They will be joined by Director Ron Maxwell, who will share recollections about the filming of Gettysburg.

  • Special behind-the-scenes access to the battlefield organized by the Gettysburg Foundation on Saturday afternoon, October 13, including a guided tour of the historic Spangler farm which served as a staging area for the Union’s reserve of artillery and as a field hospital for the Eleventh Corps, treating nearly 2,000 Union and Confederate soldiers alike. The Farm is more famously known as the site where Confederate General Lewis Armistead was treated and died from the wounds he suffered during Pickett’s Charge. 

  • A VIP ticket to the screening of the movie Gettysburg at the Majestic Theater on Saturday, October 13 and featuring a pre-screening Q&A session with the Director and special guests.

  • Tickets to the Cyclorama, Museum and Film at the Gettysburg National Military Park for use that weekend.

For more details on the VIP package, please contact Grace Lauver at 717-339-2150 or glauver@gettysburgfoundation.org.