Like a Kid on a Bike — Find Monuments at Gettysburg National Military Park. This page provides an index to maps, photos, and descriptions for finding monuments and other historic structures while biking the battlefield.
Scavenger Hunts to Find Monuments at Gettysburg… Why?
A bicyclist can freely zip around a battlefield park wo hunt for “intellectual treasure.” Armed with a map and a list of clues, a scavenger hunt is a great way to learn about the Battle of Gettysburg. Civil War Cycling’s scavenger hunts are learning exercises designed to help you figure out for yourself where a monument is located and what it looks like.
|Sort ID||Scavenger Hunt Topic||Link|
|1||USA State Monuments||Hunt|
|2||CSA State Monuments||Hunt|
|4||Bronze Statues Honoring Individuals||Hunt|
|5||Monuments and Markers||Coming Soon|
|6||Corps Headquarters Monuments||Coming Soon|
|7||CSA Regimental Monuments||Coming Soon|
|8||USA Regimental Monuments||Coming Soon|
|9||Buildings and Memorials||Coming Soon|
|12||Roads and Battle Lines||Coming Soon|
|13||Soldiers' National Cemetery||Coming Soon|
|14||Evergreen Cemetery||Coming Soon|
|15||Witness Trees||Coming Soon|
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