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Hale Farm and Village, Bath

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Historic Site
August 13-14, 2016 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day. The reenactment takes place at 2:00 pm each afternoon.

Thousands of visitors and re-enactors flock to Hale Farm & Village annually for this popular summertime event—one of the largest Civil War reenactments in Ohio. Meet soldiers and civilians. Hear the sounds of battle and smell the gunpowder. Shake hands with President Lincoln or shop for a hoopskirt. Don’t miss the excitement!
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  • Another couple went with my husband and myself on the Underground Railroad experience. It's only done a few days each year and it lasts about 90 min. It was very sobering and educational. While we did...  more »
  • went for a wedding in august. hot and dusty tram ride to and from the parking lot. not handicapped or senior citizen friendly. had to climb rock stairs on uneven ground to get into the church which wa...  more »
  • Lantern Tours were interesting. lsts 90 minutes ends with a hot cocoa and cookie. The live traditional acoustic music was great by Stone Cold trio  more »
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  • Maple Syrup Festival was so fun! Weather was crummy but it's Ohio in March so I didn't expect much there. The Festival was very informative and our nine year old loved dipping candles and watching glass blowing.
  • A look back in time! Very nice historical park with period specific "stations". Children & adults alike will enjoy this place.with hands on interaction of how thing we're done back then. The gift shop offers crafts,adult beverages, goods crafted from items made and or grown right on the property. They also have a cafe on site for lunches.
  • Went to the maple festival, paid $15 thought they would have good pancakes and real maple syrup but I guess I was asking to much. The old housing and other stuff is good to look at.
  • I loved this place!!! My daughter fractured her foot and doesn't have a hard cast yet. I needed a wheelchair for her to maneuver around the village. Lisa went above and beyond to ensure we had a wheelchair and had a great time!! Definitely a great place to go!!!!!
  • Hard to find but worth it. Try taking the train there that is great