Seminary Ridge Museum

Dr. Bradley Hoch, left, and Pete Miele stand on the front porch of the Seminary Ridge Museum. The museum will offer free admission to frontline and essential workers for one year.

Nurses and doctors tirelessly cared for the wounded on the Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary’s campus during the weeks following the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg.

One hundred fifty years later, in 2013, Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center opened on the site of the former field hospital. The museum helps tell the story of the battle and the community’s immediate compassion.

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