An Evening in a Colonial Tavern Saturday April 19th
Contact: Kim Coons, 912-638-3639
The National Park Service at Fort Frederica is pleased to announce a special evening living history program that will immerse visitors in an important aspect of colonial culture – the tavern. On Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 7:00 p.m., visitors are invited to join some of Frederica’s 18th-century residents at the site of the Bennett Tavern. The program will begin in the Visitor Center from where visitors will be led on a “pub crawl” to the various taverns within Frederica Towne, ending at the site of the Bennett Tavern. Taverns were an important focal point of colonial towns like Frederica. Visitors will enjoy an evening in a colonial tavern and learn some of the stories of Frederica’s past, participate in colonial tavern games and sing period tavern songs. Non-alcoholic refreshments will be served to participants. Admission fees will be charged (See below for information on admission fees).
Admission Fees:Adults (age 16+) are $3.00 per person. Children under age 16 are free. Fort Frederica, National Parks, Golden passes are valid for admission to the park and its events.
For further information about this event and the expanding number of programs at Fort Frederica National Monument visitors may contact the park Visitor Center at 912-638-3639.
Did You Know?
During colonial times, the oyster shells used in the making of tabby (a type of concrete) were sometimes mined from prehistoric Indian mounds. Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia