The Washington Crossing event will take you back in time


WASHINGTON CROSSING, PA – The Friends of Washington Crossing Park will be hosting their annual fall camp and market at Washington Crossing Historic Park on Saturday, October 16. The event will be held from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The event will give visitors of all ages the chance to relive the War of Independence in the very region where George Washington crossed the Delaware on Christmas Day 1776.

The Friends of Washington Crossing Park will reconstruct military tactics from this period and take guests back in time by playing Washington Army music, selling colonial clothing, cooking period dishes and donating. to all participants the opportunity to talk to the “soldiers” who fought in the Revolution.

An event for all ages, the Friends of Washington Crossing Park has been hosting this event in the historic village area of ​​the park for several years. The history of Bucks County is an integral part of American history, and events like these give locals a glimpse into our nation’s most significant moments.

Tickets for the event can be found at Washington Crossing Historic Park’s website. All remaining tickets will be sold at the event. Tickets cost $ 8 for adults, $ 4 for children, and the event is free for children under five, as well as veterans and park members. Families of two adults and two children under 18 living in the same house can purchase a family ticket for $ 20.

The event is located at the intersection of routes 32 and 532.


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