Colonial Life​

Suggested for 5th grade and up​; 3-4 hour program
Pricing is $12/adult; $20/student (age 4+) for day trip bookings with a 25 student minimum

Pricing is $25/student and $15/adult for open sign up days with no group minimum requirement
Children 3 and under are free to accompany.
Discounts for student groups of 76 or more!

 

Group Coordinator is invited to attend for free, with a 25 student minimum
Group coordinator will also receive up to a $100 gift certificate for personal use to another event!

Some restrictions apply. Inquire for more details!

In the days of the early settlements leading up to the Revolutionary War, come live the life of a Colonial American for a day!

Blacksmith: One of the most important trades of the Colonial era. Blacksmith demonstration.
Surgeon Station: The tools of a field surgeon are put to use with explanations of why things were done the way they were.
Tinsmith: Create your own piece of tinsmith art, in the same fashion as the lantern used during Paul Revere's famous ride.
Dance Etiquette: Manners were important for gentleman and ladies during festive social gatherings of the time. 
Candle Making: Why was this item so important? What was it made from? Make your own to keep!
Weaponry: A period rifle presentation. No ammunition.
Bill of Rights: Know your rights! Let's discuss what the Bill of Rights consist of, and why they are important to all Americans!
Colonial Militia: Learn how to drill and march as you enlist in the Colonial Militia. Participate in a mock battle as time allows.

Things to bring:
Picnic Lunch
Closed Toe Shoes
Sunscreen
Plenty of Water (potable water available)
Money for Gift Shop
Spirit of Adventure!

 

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