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|Thanksgiving at Old Sturbridge Village
See Thanksgiving Dinner cooked at the hearth in a 19th-century household, learn what was on the menu when today's traditions were forming, and find out how table manners differed. For more information, see the press release.
|Christmas by Candlelight at Old Sturbridge Village
Old Sturbridge Village opens for nine evenings in December (December 3-5, 10-12, 17-19). Christmas by Candlelight is an evening filled with the sights, sounds, smells, and memories of treasured Christmas traditions.
|Winter at Old Sturbridge Village|
|Outdoor fun in winter|
|December School Vacation Week
Keep the kids busy during December school vacation at Old Sturbridge Village, with a wide range of crafts and outdoor activities offered for kids of all ages (Dec. 26-Jan. 3). In addition, a two-day Winter Discovery Camp is offered for ages 6-17 (Dec. 29-30).
CEO Jim Donahue with Ken Burns and Doris Kearns Goodwin
|Interactive Activities at Old Sturbridge Village|
|Catch the stagecoach at Old Sturbridge Village
Running on weekends through the end of November, starting up again in the spring.
|Animals at Old Sturbridge Village|
|Fall at Old Sturbridge Village
Old Sturbridge Village is the perfect place to experience New England's glorious fall foliage.
|The Common through the seasons
Old Sturbridge Village's white-steepled Center Meetinghouse is a year-round symbol of the re-created early New England town.
|Four Seasons at Old Sturbridge Village
Each season offers unique experiences for exploring what life was like in early 19th-century New England.
Kidstory is the learning gallery especially for kids in the Visitor Center. The space features an 1830s House, a Country Store, a Barn and Farmyard, a Clothing Corner, and two Discovery Centers.
|Discovery Camps and Children in Costume
Discovery Camps at Old Sturbridge Village invite children ages 6-17 to make new friends, have fun, and most of all to engage themselves in the history of early 19th-century New England.
|Redcoats & Rebels
One of New England's largest gatherings of Revolutionary War re-enactors returns to Old Sturbridge Village in early August 2010.