Hale Farm and Village, Bath
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
August 13-14, 2016 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day. The reenactment takes place at 2:00 pm each afternoon.Add Hale Farm and Village to your Bath travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bath holiday planner.
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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Hale Homestead has been in my life over the past 40 years. In the 1970's I lived in the farmhouse next to the cemetery after the owner died. He was buried next door in the family cemetery. My dogs wou... read more »
There's an inner peace I feel when I can touch and breath in 19th century history. Especially when you see the amazement of young children realizing where we came from. People here are in full costume... read more »
Eigenlijk kwamen we hier per toeval terecht: op de Scenic Railroad werden we gewezen op een stop waar een tram stond te wachten voor Hale Farm. Alvast even een tip: dit is een fiets-station, dus je di... read more »Actually we came here by accident: on the Scenic Railroad we were pointed to a stop where a tram was waiting for Hale Farm. Here a tip: this is a cycling station, so you need to be located in one of the fietswagonnen to there from. Ask a conductor for advice, these people will be pleased to help you. Hale farm was a really nice surprise. It is an area where all kinds of older buildings to visit. In each building, there was a person in traditional clothing that when told about the activities of that time and sometimes what to demonstrate. So there was thread spun, woven and dress was a blacksmith engaged in forging. I was particularly impressed by the glassblower who was wonderful creations for our nose. Very beautiful and well maintained open air museum. A must! Also definitely fun for children (as long as they speak English)!show original
the place is beautiful. The staff there was not helpful at all. Several arguments between staff and the wedding party. I would never go back there again. A lot of frustrated people leaving the property. What a joke.
Such a beautiful place! Highly recommend visiting this peaceful gem.
The pancake breakfast was a HUGE disappointment. Cold pancakes and pancake syrup (not real maple syrup). Never again. Headed for Burton to support the firefighters and some pure maple syrup on my hot freshly made pancakes.
It was quite the work out but it's worth going it was a nice place to take the kids to learn about how things worked back then
Attended the Made in Ohio Festival again this year - really nice. And the farm is fascinating. Beautiful setting nestled in the Valley. Got to see glass blowing, basket weaving, pottery making and more. The buildings are amazing. Will definitely be back.
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