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Join us at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site on Saturday, May 18th  for a living history demonstration that focuses on the Women who worked and lived at the port of Brunswick.

Join us at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site on Saturday, April 20th for a living history demonstration of the production of tar, pitch and turpentine.

Join us on the morning of Saturday, March 30th for a period Anglican service in the ruins of St. Philip's Church.

Join us at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site on Saturday, March 2nd for the North Carolina Rice Festival! 

Join us for this FREE living history event from 10am-4pm Saturday, February 17th.

Join us for Summer Reading Club!

In the 1750s and 1760s, two of Bath’s taverns were women owned. These women successfully asserted themselves in the public sphere in a time when status was defined by property ownership.

On December 16th from 10am-4pm, Bennett Place will holding our annual Christmas in the Piedmont during the Civil War event. Witness how Soldiers and Civilians try to keep there spirits up during four years of war. On going living history will be happening around the farm, Also Santa will be in the Parlor of the Bennett house to meet and greet visitors, and you can tell him what you want for Christmas.

Immerse yourself in the ambiance of the Old Christmas season at Historic Bath! Join us at the Bonner House from 10am to 3pm and take part in the festivities.