Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night

January 6, 20184:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night, or the Feast of Epiphany, was one of the traditional holidays celebrated by the Dutch and English of 17th and 18th century New York. Falling on January 6th, Twelfth Night was the final holiday of the season, marked by unsurpassed feasting and revelry.  At Crailo State Historic Site there will be fun for everyone all evening including decorations, seasonal music, seventeenth century re-enactors and games.  Hearthside cooking demonstrations with a crackling fire and refreshments will fill out the merry evening.  In addition the Marketplace Museum Shop will be open, with a selection of unique items.  Admission $6 adults/ $5 seniors and students/ $1 children under 12 and $4.00 for FOFC members.  Cash Only. Then take a short drive across the River to Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site for “Salutations of the Season!”  The site will play host to an event with 18th-century food, music and reenactors, and wassail toasts around bonfires.  Special Combo Admission to both sites: $8 adults/ $7 seniors and students/ $2 children under 12/ $6 FOFC members.  Cash Only.
Lets join together!

Crailo State Historic Site