Historical Tour 2020

Our Echoes Through Time Learning Center & Civil War Museum

is Hosting a number of historical trips and other tours as a fundraisers for our museum

& Civil War preservation


Included in drop down screens on our menu / tool bar screen are:

  • trip descripion

  • Poster to give to your friends

  • tour registration form


July 14, 2020

Elmira, New York

Join us for a day trip on a historical Civil War Tour of Elmira New York

We will be visiting a number of historic sites regarding the Civil War that took place in 1861-1862 concerning the training and mustering location of many of our New York state regiments.

From 1862 to 1864 Elmira was transformed from a training area to a Supply Depot

From 1864 thru the end of the summer of 1865 the community of Elmira was used as a Prisoner of War camp for captured Confederate Soldiers


July 31st – August 2nd, 2020

Gettysburg National Battlefield Park – battlefield tour

Come join us for three exciting days as we tour the Gettysburg battlefield.

We will travel to Gettysburg. On our 1st day we will visit the Gettysburg Visitor Center to take in a short 20 introduction movie narrated by actor Morgan Freedman, see the awesome Cyclorama Painting, the relics in their Museum and take in the huge selection of books from there book store, followed by dinner nearby.

Just added – a Special after hours viewing, program of the Cyclorama. Hear about the history behind the painting, then view the paining, from behind the rails on the floor – up close to the man sized figures – truly a amazing site

On our 2nd day – we visit the Gettysburg Diorama, tour the 1st days battle, followed by lunch on your own and free time to shop or relax, then late afternoon continue our tour and do the second days battle areas, followed by a wonderful steak dinner

On the morning of our 3rd day of touring, we will cover Pickett’s Charge from both the Confederate lines then the High Water mark of the Union lines. As we head back home in the early afternoon

Sounds Interesting… Come find out as we focus on “Western New York at Gettysburg”.