Annual Park Events
The Battle of Guilford Courthouse 238th Anniversary, March 13-17, 2019
Interested in our Revolutionary Lecture Series? The park hosts three scholars of the American Revolution for a nightly lecture series on March 13th, 14th, and 15th. You must call (336) 288-1776 to make a reservation. Information about the lectures can be found on the Revolutionary Lecture Series page.
Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-26, 2019
Visit the Guilford Militia in their encampment at the Hoskins Farm from 10:00AM - 4:00PM each day. Black powder demonstrations will occur at 11:00AM, 1:00PM, and 3:00PM.
Guided Battlefield Tours with Dr. Scott Culclasure
Relive the battle by walking across the field with veteran park guide Scott Culclasure and hearing accounts of the fight and stories of the park’s monuments. The walk lasts approximately 75 minutes and follows historic New Garden Road through the center of the park. Comfortable walking shoes appropriate for gravel paths and moderate hills as well as a water bottle are recommended.
Independence Day Weekend, July 1-4th
Celebrate the patriots who signed the Declaration of Independence and the events that would lead to the American Revolution.
Nathanael Greene's BirthdayMajor General Nathanael Greene's birthday is August 7th.The Guilford Battleground Company with local chapters of the Daughters of American Revolution celebration day is TBD.
Labor Day Weekend 2019The men and women of the Guilford Militia, an organization of dedicated Revolutionary War enthusiasts, will be presenting a variety of interpretive programs clad in Revolutionary War clothing and carrying the firearms of 1781 while living the life of the 1780's soldier and camp follower. The public is invited to visit with them in their re-created 1781 camp at Tour Stop 6 from 10 AM until 4 PM each day.
Constitution DayConstitution Day is September 17, 2019, come celebrate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution with local Daughters of the American Revolution chapters and Park Rangers at the Battlefield Vistiors Center.
Harvest in the Time of War
Join the Carolina Colonial Dancers and Friends at the Hoskins Farm to learn about the 18th century harvest and food preparation, spinning and sewing, gunsmith, games and dancing. Hosted by the Carolina Colonial Dancers!
Veterans Day "History of the American Soldier" TimelineHistory of the American Soldier takes place on Veterans Day 2019, check back closer to that time for more details.
Last updated: March 2, 2019