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Living History Park, North Augusta

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  • Have been here many times during the year...special events, Halloween,etc. Just a great learning experience for all! If you get the chance...take it!  more »
  • North Augusta's Living History Park is such a special place. One can walk through here and be transported to a different time in history. Lynn Thompson has done an incredible managing the growth of th...  more »
  • Visited in January, so flowers were not blooming. Bet this place is gorgeous in the Spring. Neat village setting with buildings to tour.  more »
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  • A hidden treasure in North Augusta. If you've never been (like me until today ) you don't know what you're missing! Maintained by dedicated volunteers... The best way.
  • Family has a great time. They do a great job explaining how life was and how things were done. The whole family LOVED the toy maker and his toys AWESOME! !!!!!! The revolutionary reenacters were very good.
  • Love the place! I go to Colonial Times every fall. Educational and fun!
  • The park itself is great. A good place to take the kids for a picnic or just walk around & explore if you have nothing else to do. Once you've wandered down into the bottom of it all, you realize just how deceptively large the whole place is. Its like stepping back in time when seeing the old cabins, town set ups, water wheel & all the other cool replications of the time period. You really do feel like your miles away from town. Although the Colonial Times events are cool to see with all of the old tents & people dressed up in character, beware... The majority of people working there must hate their jobs, their lives or something. I couldn't believe how down right rude & nasty they were!! I watched as the ppl working went out of there way to talk down to other adults & their children!! (They should be glad they didnt speak to my children that way) There were still a few very nice people like the lady who dose the clay works & the guy at the smoke house, they were awesome genuine people but pretty much everyone else was a total ass. Thats the only reason i didn't give this place 5 stars. Most of the folks working acted so sketchy & stand of-ish, that im probably never going to go back to the event again. VERY SUPER WEIRD PEOPLE!! (Most of them). Go when no one else is there, its way more fun than fighting your way through crowds just to hear a condescending jackass talk down to people.
  • Nice place to hangout for the day with the kids