Nowhere can you find a more exciting, educational and enjoyable way to add to your holiday traditions than a beautiful fall day at Berkeley Plantation. The Virginia Thanksgiving Festival is a fun filled family day. The festival begins with a parade including horse-drawn carriages, fife and drum corps, festival entertainers and participants. First person re-enactors, musicians and magicians stroll the plantation grounds. The Chickahominy Tribal Dancers perform, as well as The Itinerant Band, playing songs and tunes heard in 17th century America. Families participate in Colonial period games, dancing, crafts, activities and a corn maze. Vendors showcase their food, arts, crafts and jewelry. The re-enactment of the landing, moderated by Bill Bevins, begins at 3:00 PM. Following the re-enactment, the Chickahominy Tribal Dancers invite everyone to join them in their traditional friendship dance. Brock’s BBQ will continue the tradition of offering Thanksgiving Dinner in a glass along with other food items. It is an exciting, educational and enjoyable day for the whole family!
Hours are from noon to 4:00 PM, with house tours beginning at 9:30 AM and admission to the grounds are free. There is a $10 per car parking fee, $5 for motorcycle. Tours of Berkeley’s Manor House Available $12.00 per person. Discounted rates for Seniors, Military and Children ages 6-16.
For more information call 1-888-466-6018 or visit our web site at www.virginiathanksgivingfestival.com.
Sunday, November 5, 2017
12602 Harrison Landing Rd.
Charles City, VA 23030-3339
(Directly off scenic Rt. 5 between Richmond and Williamsburg)