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This a very large venue (48 acres). We were not told which buildings would be open which causes extra walking. The buildings that were open as were the interpreters were very nice. We spent 3 to 4 hours. It would be nice if there was...More
I was here on a hot summer day. This is a 50 acre park that requires a lot of walking to see everything. The first building I went to was closed so I went back to the office to find out how many buildings in...More
Attended the re-enactment today of the Battle of Antietam. They do a very good job of announcing what is happening, what each soldier is doing while in battle, although the cannon fire was a loud surprise! You can walk among the campsites and be sure...More
Rebecca Lom is difficult to work with, never returned calls. We had to do the setup with the secretary who never gave the notes to the setup crew. They shut the elevator off while there was handicapped people still at the reception. We had the...More
Not only do get to interact with interact with different aspects of history. Plus nne really neat thing about Heritage Hill State Historical Park is the Church (with its own cemetery).
With Historic Interpreters: Memorial Day through Labor Day: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4:30pm, Sunday noon-4:30pm Stroll through...More
The buildings and staff make you feel like you've stepped back in time. My kids loved the jail and the fur trade buildings. The grounds are beautiful! Fascinating and fun family adventure. Plan on spending at least two hours there and wear comfortable shoes!
This was the second time we've visited. First time most buildings were closed and today during their Halloween event some buildings were closed and others had long lines. Kids had to do event for even water or small treat. Disappointing.
Whether you go there to listen to outdoor music, or attend one of their large events like Civil War reenactments, Little House on the Prairie Days, or other special events, this place is a wonderful backdrop to a picnic or a place to really pour...More
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We have trams that drive through the park during the day. Currently, as we have school tours going on, there are no trams running--400 kids are hard to avoid! Trams will be available Saturday and Sunday, June 4 & 5 and 11... More
We have trams that drive through the park during the day. Currently, as we have school tours going on, there are no trams running--400 kids are hard to avoid! Trams will be available Saturday and Sunday, June 4 & 5 and 11 & 12, and then Tuesday through Sunday June 14 through Labor Day, September 5.
The primary trams is also handicap accessible, with room for a wheelchair or non-foldable walker. We strive to make the majority of the park handicap accessible through the use of the trams, paved and/or level gravel pathways.
Trams do not operate on Mondays, as there is no historic interpretation on those days. Buildings are only gated for viewing.