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Personal Vision Shootout: Redcoats & Rebels at Olde Sturbridge Village
When I was publicizing my upcoming trip to Sturbridge Village, dozens of In Boston, you can drink in a year-old bar any night of the week. Dress rehearsal for the Patriots Day battle on Lexington Green reenactment, Re-Enactor Links - American Revolution. Character Reenactor Sites
We visited this wonderful museum whilst on vacation from the uk during the redcoats and rebels weekend. It was interesting to talk to the reenactors, many of whom had fantastic knowlege of the revolutionary period. The battles were spectacular We're happy to hear that you enjoyed the event - even though the Redcoats didn't win on the day you were here! Fans of history will love the original buildings and artifacts that have been brought to Old Sturbridge Village. Costumed interpreters are friendly, knowledgeable, and interact well with visitors.
This comprehensive walk is geared toward intermediate and advanced photographers. Located an hour west of Boston, Sturbridge Village is a proud replication of an 18th century New England town. Sturbridge Village is a living history museum that features many authentic period buildings and homes to explore and enjoy. The village is also inhabited by re-enactors who provide colorful insight to life in New England during the 18th century. Sturbridge Village is a wonderful destination for a multitude of photographic opportunities as well as a glimpse into a bygone era. For the weekend, Olde Sturbridge Village will be turned into a military camp from the Revolutionary Period.
Improve listing Presented by Old Sturbridge Village. The Village is transformed into a military camp from the time of the War for Independence, as it was known in early New England. Come see what it was really like for those who fought to win America's freedoms.
March 05, It is a truth universally acknowledged that reenactments are the absolute best. What is not so commonly known is that a reenactment hosted at a historic village is pretty great too. Camping on the 'common,' or green. The common was public land used for grazing livestock and for training by the local militia.