Wayne’s Legion Encampment – Sunday, September 29
Step back in time with Woodville Plantation as this living history museum presents a special event. On Sunday, September 29, visitors are invited to meet the soldiers of the Fourth Sub-Legion of the United States, the troops that defended John Neville’s Bower Hill mansion during the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794.
Visitors will experience 18th century military camp life as living history re-enactors set up camp and demonstrate Von Steuben’s drills from 1794. Events of the day include tactical demonstrations, musket firing, marching and ceremonial drills. Soldiers will discuss what military camp life was like in the first United States Army, circa 1794. Special events are weather permitting.
Hours for the event are 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Admission to the encampment is adults $5.00, kids 6-12 $3.00, kids under 6 free. Admission includes a tour of the historic house.
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