The article appeared on USNews.com, formerly U.S. News & World Report. The website draws 20 million unique monthly visitors.
The article also included St. Louis, Mo., and Rapid City, S.D. - home to Mount Rushmore.
"To engage families and ensure learning about America's past is fun for younger visitors, Gettysburg is making history come to life through battlefield tours, high-tech iPad technology and state-of-the-art museums," the article read.
Included in the story were Gettysburg National Military Park, Eisenhower National Historic Site, Soldiers' National Cemetery, the Farnsworth House Tavern and Gettysburg Hotel.
The article was secured after a pitch by the Destination Gettysburg communications team.
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