Travellers Rest Annual Trades Festival
What: 19th Century Trades Festival
Benefits: Historic Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum
When: September 24th and 25th, 2013, 9:00am – 2:30pm
Where: Historic Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum, 636 Farrell Parkway, Nashville, TN 37220
Come on out to Travellers Rest for our annual Trades Festival! Step back in time to 200 plus years ago and watch history come alive through the work of over thirty talented artisans and re-enactors. Converse with a Civil War surgeon, or learn the art of soap making...maybe even discover what a flintknapper does! Period demonstrators and re-enactors include blacksmithing, basket weaving, spinning, weaving, civil war and frontier life plus much, much more. A wealth of hands-on activities await such as clothes warshin’, thaumatropes, rolling hoops, quill pen writing, doll making, candle dipping, corn grinding and perhaps a few surprises. Picnic lunches are welcome...so you can sit for a spell or visit with us all day! Come on out and experience Nashville’s oldest historic house where every day is alive with history!
Tariff: $5.50 per person
For more info: Tonya Staggs at 615-832-8197 or email@example.com