The Historic Round Barn is located off of Cash Town Road (Route 30) west of Gettysburg. Considered very rare as only a few of them remain around the country. The first barns were designed by the Shakers who said that by building it the devil could never trap you in a corner. It is now owned and operated by the Knouse Fruit Company and is nestled in the rolling foot hills of Pennsylvania.
Abraham Lincoln meets someone closely resembling Perry Como, Gettysburg, PA. In downtown Gettysburg on the Square, across the Street from the Gettysburg Hotel, and next to the house where Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address, you will find this bronze statue and tribute to President Lincoln and pop singer Perry Como (holding the document). Great photo opportunity before you cross the street and get a Cold Yuengling at the PUB.