RE-ENACTMENT French & Indian War Encampment
Saturday 1st Jul, 2017 → Monday 3rd Jul, 2017

Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm daily
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Bring your family to Old Fort Niagara July 1, 2 and 3 for a one-of-a-kind living history experience! You will be surrounded by re-enactors portraying French, British and Native soldiers and civilians, who fill Old Fort Niagara and Fort Niagara State Park with stories and demonstrations that leave their mark on the memories of the old and young.

The French & Indian War Encampment is Old Fort Niagara's largest annual re-enactment. It recreates the British siege of the fort against the French in 1759. Three full days of living history with hundreds of re-enactors, sutlers selling their handmade wares, multiple large-scale battles, music, food, musket and cannon firings, Native American councils, and hands-on activities for all.

Admission is $13 per person (adults and children). Old Fort Niagara Association members are free.

Old Fort Niagara is located in Fort Niagara State Park, just north of Niagara Falls and Lewiston where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario.

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