Wax museum hall of presidents

In our wax museum you can find a life-like Abe Lincoln

The Hall of Presidents & First Ladies closed its doorways after nearly six decades of continuous operation on November 27th 2016. A bidding occured because of its contents in the 1863 Inn of Gettysburg on The month of january 24th, 2017. The wax figures were offered off, and you’ll be amazed where some have relocated to. Browse the USA Today article concerning the auction.

The Hall of Presidents and First Ladies features the area’s only complete wax assortment of American Presidents as well as their first ladies, in addition to a beautiful gift shop. The Hall of Presidents is situated next door in the Gettysburg Tour Center and near the primary entrance from the National Graveyard.

It’s incredible so that you can see what our Presidents really appeared as if and also to hear the language related to them as though the language originated from the lips from the figures themselves. Our wax museum from the nation’s former executives is finished with beautiful background murals showing the introduction of America, what are work of Charles Morganthaler. Morganthaler is among our country’s truly great contemporary artists and the art may also be seen around the Cylclorama, colored in early 1960’s just before its change from the 1913 building next door, towards the Mission 1966 Building around the battlefield.

Here’s an esteemed museum, masterfully etched in wax, that personifies our nation’s past presidential figures. See our Commanders in Chief themselves telling their very own tales in words and stirring music within this single collection. The boys who symbolized our nation, whoever hands our forbearers entrusted their welfare, in their own individual words and speaking using their own lips tell:

“The Story of the Land.” Here’s your heritage…The Story from the Presidents…as they may have told it… The Storyline of the usa.

The Hall Of First Ladies in our wax museumThe Hall of First Ladies presents authentic 1/3 size wax replicas from the First Ladies within their inaugural gowns. The famous Smithsonian Assortment of dresses are portrayed around the petite sized first ladies, who’ve been produced to illustrate exactly the same hairstyle and divine look that they had displayed throughout the presidential inauguration.

The Hall of Presidents Exhibit copyrighted and patent pending 1956.

2016 Prices

  • Adults: $7.50
  • Children (ages 6-12): $3.50
  • 5 and under: Free
  • Parking including buses next to museum.
  • Last day was November 27th, 2016.  It has become permanently closed.
  • Thanks everybody for the patronage through the years.
  • Auction scheduled for Saturday, The month of january 14, 2017.  Updates is going to be published once we receive them.  Auction Information

Hall of Presidents & First Ladies

789 Baltimore Street

Gettysburg, PA  17325

(717) 334-5717

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