The American Independence Museum’s new Colonial Living History Camp introduces campers to the world of 18th century America through hands on activities and demonstrations. Campers will learn all about 18th century military, cooking, gardening, culture and more through this week long program, with a special appearance at the annual American Independence Festival on July 12th, 2014!
Participate in a military muster and learn what it was like to be a colonial soldier in the Revolutionary War!
Calling all Cooks!
Prepare and share delicious 18th century treats like cookies, drinks, and salmagundi.
Got a Green Thumb?
Learn about the uses of gardens, plants and herbs in the 18th century and how they were grown!
Act the Part!
Develop your own 18th century Exeter resident throughout the week. At the end of the week, you will dress in period clothes and participate in the annual American Independence Festival! (Basic costuming is included.)
Optimal for ages 8-12, boys or girls. Call (603) 772-2622 for more information or to register today. Space is limited, to call soon!
Colonial Living History Camp
Camp Dates: Monday, July 7th – Friday, July 11th, 10:00am – 2:00pm
(also includes the American Independence Festival, Saturday, July 12th from 10:00am – 3:00pm)
Camp Fees: $200 for non-members, $175 for members.