Georgia History Festival – Bringing history to life for all ages
The Georgia History Festival is the signature K-12 educational program of the Georgia Historical Society. Beginning with the new school year in September, a variety of public programs, exhibits, in-school events, and educational resources bring history to life for students of all ages and encourage Georgians to explore the richness and diversity of our state’s past. The Festival culminates in February, the founding month of the Georgia Colony, with Founding City events like the popular Colonial Faire and Muster living history program held at Wormsloe State Historic Site, Savannah’s colorful Georgia Day Parade, and the annual Trustees Gala.
Georgia History Festival Colonial Faire & Muster- Wormsloe State Historic Site- Savannah Sunday, February 7, 2016 12:00-4:00- Experience the everyday life of colonial times through historical re-enactments, cannon firings, demonstrations of cooking and craft techniques, music and dance. Free and open to the public.
Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday
Sunday, February 7, 2016- 12:00-4:00
Georgians and visitors alike experience our state’s rich history and cultural life as historic sites, house museums, art museums, and other points of interest in Savannah and throughout Georgia open their doors to the public, providing an exceptional opportunity to experience the history in our own backyard. Over sixty cultural institutions participate in this popular annual family event.
Multiple sites throughout Georgia -Free and open to the public.
Georgia History Festival – Bringing history to life for students of all ages