Thankfully, this event continues and celebrates Christmas as it was in the 1800s with living history, carols, reenactments, live music, dancing and more. Visitors come from across the state every year for our famous hot cider and ginger cake, as well as Arkansas-made holiday shopping in the Museum Store.
Celebrate Christmas as it was in the 1800s with living history, carols, reenactments, live music, dancing and more plus:
- Live music by the Arkansas Country Dance Band, Lark in the Morning, Sugar on the Floor, fiddler Ricky Russell and friends and the Aeolus Recorder Konsort.
- Meet Linda Palmer Williams, author and artist of Champion Trees of Arkansas
- Visit with Susan Williamson on her line of Plant Me Seed Cards
- Take a holiday picture by the reconstructed 1830s Pleasure Wagon!
The fun continues from 1pm until 4pm today. Watch for HAM director Bill Worthen to dance the Virginia Reel, which members of his family have been dancing in Arkansas since the 1820s.