Hickory Bridge Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 96 Hickory Bridge Road, Orrtanna, Pennsylvania, 17353, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 96 Hickory Bridge Road, Orrtanna, is near Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Land of Little Horses, Mr. Ed's Elephant Museum, and Gettysburg Civil War Era Dinner Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Orrtanna

    Back to town

    A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jul 18, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... for the Union here), then made our way towards the historical district of town.

    First stop was the Springhouse Tavern at Dobbin House for a cold draft beer. Built in 1776 by a reverend and his family, the home was built over a spring so they would have an adequate and safe (from the Indians) supply of water. ...


    A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jul 17, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... Park.

    There, the Cyclorama was the big hit with us. A beautifully restored 42-feet high, 375-feet around painting from 1884 depicting the battle at Gettysburg. It came with a nice audio and light show presentation. Amazing! The 15-minute Morgan Freeman-narrated film about the battle that was shown beforehand was also great. In that short time, we learned just about everything ...

    Almost Heaven....

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... or group graves.  Later most Union soldiers were reinterred in the National Cemetery here while the Confederates were buried in either Hagerstown, Frederick or Shepherdstown. We took a wrong turn so didn’t get to see the National Cemetery but we took a long and winding road home or rather to the grocery store than home.  Bad luck #5 – lost my glasses today. <b><u>WEDNESDAY May 20</u></b> – Woke up to a cooler ...

    1848. The Amish Schoolhouse

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 07, 2014

    23 photos

    ... remarkable about this village--thought there is a nice little garden park being built with woodcarvings and a pathway--seems like a new concept I've seen in a couple of places. Usually when Americans think of "park" they think of a place to play ball, play in the playground or have a picnic--not so much as a place to relax and enjoy the beauty...

    Subzero Windchill

    I actually split this hike in half, doing the other half on a separate day. ...

    1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

    37 photos

    ... have and will escape during the war. He went on to explain more about the battle. Ironically, America's most bloody battle was quite gentlemanly in many ways. Not a single civilian was killed. After fighting a while, they agreed to a ceasefire so each side could tend to its dead and wounded. And then, one of the most bizarre stories of the war: Stonewall Jackson, a Southern general had just capture the garrison at Harper's Ferry where 12,000 Union soldiers surrendered. ...