Scotchtown's Annual Fall FestivalVisit Website
It’s our annual Fall Festival and this year will be even bigger and better!
Bring your folding chair or picnic blanket and enjoy live music by Marshall and Company, visit the many traditional artisans and vendors demonstrating their trades and selling their wares, food trucks, children’s activities area, and 18th-century games area, alpaca petting area, and continuous open house tours.
Many local and regional cultural partners will be there, including the Scotchtown DAR chapter, Patrick Henry’s Red Hill and St. Johns Church. The Mariner’s Museum will be joining us and will be presenting African Kingdoms. See and experience living history with numerous interpreters, including Patrick Henry, who will be delivering his famous Liberty or Death speech, the 1st Virginia Infantry, presentation of the history of tea with Kim Walters, author of “Tea in 18th Century America” and Horses in Action portraying the Mounted Dragoons of Washington’s Continental Army. See you on October 7th!
The open-house tour and festival programs are both included at $15 for General Admission. Students and Preservation Virginia members are $10 and children 6 and under are free.