Colonial Times at Living History Park
For over 30 years, the Living History Park has brought our colonial past (from 1735 to 1785) to life through demonstrations and living exhibits. Reenactors will be available to answer questions throughout the park. You can play colonial games, sing songs, and sample baked goods! Try your hand at colonial dancing or see if you are fit to join the militia! Featured attractions include pottery, weaving and spinning, candle making, butter churning, musket firing, gunsmithing, blacksmithing, needlework, woodworking, beehive oven baking and smoking/curing meat. Be sure to visit with the traders, the baker, potter, backwoodsmen, milliner, tavern keeper, and the sutlers on Sutlers Row. Shop at the Village Mercantile and check out the New Windsor cabinet shop to see the lathe that was used in the movie The Patriot. Our Special guests this year are George and Martha Washington, Mrs. John Adams (Abigail), Mr. Peter Gardiner, the 18th Century Conjuror, Ben and Deborah Franklin, Silas, the Rat Catcher, Punch & Judy, and the Towne Crier.
Both Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. until 5 PM.