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This is like going to a excerpt of Williamsburg when they are holding the Colonial Times event in October. There are people demonstrating various trades. There are mini-battle and weapons demonstrations. There is music and dancing. There is period and modern food available. You can...More
I went by this very small place. Don't waste your time. I really feel disappointed after the manager or woman that collects money a few years ago took $900 dollars and told us 2 months later we couldn't get our money back she has a...More
We came to this park on a Saturday morning. It claims to be open 365 but when we got there nobody was around and no hours were clearly posted. The phone number we finally found went to a recording and nobody was on the other...More
This park is hidden away down a side street and is pretty cool. We've gone over for official "History days" when buildings were open and it's fun to see how things used to be back in the day. It's a great place to take your...More
This was a really cool park smack dab in the middle of a development. We were here on a Sunday morning and every building was locked up tight with modern day locks. But you can look in windows and see a school house, an apothecary,...More
I went to the living history park today in north augusta. I've always seen it but never really paid it any attention. I walked around and looked at the old buildings. The park as a whole gives you a feeling of a much different time...More
This is a hidden gem and a must do for a walk back in time to relive history. An easy walk with well kept grounds makes for a very enjoyable experience. There are several booths and the re-enactments are great. Make sure to go by...More