Washington St. Park hosting Frontier Days for home schooled kids | Events
Historic Washington State Park is hosting Frontier Days for Home Schools, which starts at 9 a.m. on Friday, February 15. Students will see how the pioneers from the 19th century worked and lived.
Programming begins at 9 a.m. and goes until 4 p.m. William’s Tavern restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. until 3p.m., so groups are welcome to bring sack lunches or enjoy William’s Tavern.
Also those families that have already purchased a System Wide Guided Historic/Archaeological Site Pass (Family Museum Pass, for short), will be able to use that for admission. This pass allows unlimited visits for one year from date of purchase for a cost of $30.00. Besides Historic Washington State Park, it also applies to Plantation Agriculture Museum State Park, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, Parkin Archaeological State Park, Powhatan Historic State Park and Toltec Mounds State Park. A Family Museum Pass may be purchased at our Visitor Information Center. Pass must be presented at time of arrival (The Family Museum Pass only applies to parents and children through the age of 18, immediate family only)