"Let's ring Freedom Bells!" John F. Kennedy proclaimed the ringing of the bells nationwide on Independence Day, July 4,1963
Visit us for this open house event. Spend your Independence Day at Fort Roberdeau, a Revolutionary War fort.
This is our Open House day. Our volunteers who work throughout the year doing demonstrations come together on this day to share them with everyone.
Admission is Free for this special day of family oriented fun.
Revolutionary War Weekend
Become immersed in the eighteenth century. Visit and 18th century field camp, follow the story line and events of this year's Revolutionary War time reenactment. A daily battle will be held every afternoon. This is a very exciting event, one we look forward to every year.
Free parking and admission.
A Weekend of Women's Home Front Skills
Through demonstrations and hands-on activities, discover the skills women used during the Revolutionary war. Often the overlooked half of our population the women who lived during this time period had many skills that helped during the war.
Whether they were at home, or following the army there is much to be learned from their experiences.
The 18th Century Marketfaire has been CANCELLED for October 2017 due to circumstances beyond Fort Roberdeau's control.
Eighteenth Century Dinner
Accept our invitation to dine in the splendor of the Philadelphia Room on this Sunday autumn afternoon.
Reservations are required.
Experience a Dinner at the Fort, a unique dining experience. You will feast upon food prepared according to 18th century recipes by Nellie Wright and Peggy Fields. You will then be served in a period style atmosphere by our costumed interpreters.
Fort Roberdeau is offering a frontier experience in dining for those who want a taste of life in the 18th century. Dinner at the Fort is a program developed by a group of Fort Roberdeau volunteers to enable guests to partake of foods which have been prepared from recipes of the 18th century.
Veterans Recognition Program is a special veterans day celebration. We are proud to have had some of the earliest veterans of our United States posted at Fort Roberdeau during the war.
Rangers posted at Fort Roberdeau became eligible to become pensioned veterans after the war. Fort Roberdeau will honor all veterans with a recognition program.
This event was recognized with the Excellence in Programming Award by PA Rec.