Saturday, July 14, 2018 | 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
at the Patton Homestead and Archives, Hamilton, Massachusetts
General Admission is Free for everyone!
Guided Tours of the Patton Family Archives are $20 per person. Advance Reservations highly recommended.
Reserve an Archives Tour
Military re-enactors, demonstrations, memorabilia, and military vehicles including a half track, heavy trucks, artillery, support equipment, and equipment displays!
Thank You to the Town of Hamilton for permitting the Wenham Museum to use this historic property for Military History Day. Thank you also to Joanne Holbrook Patton, the Patton Family, and the staff, interns, and volunteers of the Patton Family Archives for your collaboration.
We are also deeply grateful to all of the military re-enactors and enthusiasts who share their collections, vehicles, and passion for military history with the community during this event.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.: Meet Military Re-enactors! Engage with a group of passionate history enthusiasts about a number of famed military conflicts.
TICKETS FOR THE PATTON FAMILY ARCHIVES ARE ON SALE NOW. Each tour is $20 per person, approximately 30 minutes and limited to 12 people per tour. Advance Reservations are highly recommended. The guided archive tours usually sell out prior to the date of the event. Strollers, photography, and video are not permitted within the Patton Family Archives.
3 p.m.: Event Concludes. On your way home, visit the Wenham Museum at 132 Main Street in Wenham.
Handicapped parking is available on the Homestead property. All other visitors should park across the street from the Homestead in the field adjacent to the tennis courts. A police detail will be present at the parking lot entrance to ensure safe street crossing.
Portable restrooms will be available on the Homestead property.