On February 27th, 1760, the garrison of Ft. Dobbs engaged in a night-time skirmish with Cherokee warriors.
This living history event will highlight what life was like for those involved on both sides though on-going displays of barracks life, as well as scheduled historic weapons demonstrations.
Saturday, 10am-4pm. $2 admission. Special evening firing program at 7pm.
This living history will give visitors a glimpse of what daily life was like for the garrison of Fort Dobbs as they prepared to spend winter in the fort in 1756. On-going displays of camp life and historic cooking will be offered, as well as weapons firing demonstrations.
Visit with soldiers and support personnel from hundreds of years of North Carolina history. The experiences of veterans of the Revolution, Civil War, World Wars and other conflicts will be shared through living history displays and weapons firing demonstrations.
This living history will give visitors a glimpse of what daily life was like for the garrison of Fort Dobbs through on-going displays of camp life, historic cooking, and scheduled musket firing demonstrations.
Saturday, 10am-4pm. $2 admission.
Living history event commemorating the 1760 battle at Fort Dobbs.
A living history event illustrating a day in the life of the Garrison of Fort Dobbs.