The Living History Park

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Mayor Takes a Tour

The mayor of North Augusta and several city council members took a “social distanced” tour of the park last week. It was a great opportunity to show them why the park is a popular tourist destination and why so many…

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Christmas for the Birds – CANCELED

Apologies for any confusion. We had to cancel both Christmas events due to not being able to meet the COVID restrictions in place for the state of South Carolina.

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Christmas in the Backcountry CANCELED

We are sad to announce that this event had to be canceled. The park is physically unable to meet the South Carolina COVID restrictions for an event like this. We look forward to resuming our public events and hope you…

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October Event Canceled

​Due to the covid pandemic the Colonial Times event the third weekend of October has been canceled.   The Board of Olde Towne Preservation/ Living History Park  

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Park is Open. . .

The park is open for walk in traffic only.

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The Park is Closed

​Living History Park is a tourist attraction and falls under the executive order issued by Gov. McMaster. I believe you already have the park shut down, if not please do so immediately, Thanks and stay safe! Rick Meyer Director, Parks,…

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Under the Crown canceled

Due to the concerns for everyone’s health and safety the Education Day scheduled for April 17th and the Under the Crown / Colonial Times event the weekend of April 18-19 has been canceled.  We look forward to seeing everyone in…

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Last Saturday canceled.

This month’s Last Saturday event, March 28th, is canceled. 

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Recognition!

​ North Augusta’s Living History Park to Host Directory Read more: https://www.ealonline.com/read_story.php?id=headlines/lhp.txt

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John Douglas

John Douglas, our toymaker, passed away on February 25th, 2020. John was a wonderful, dedicated reenactor and the Living History Park has lost a giant. We will miss him. Funeral Services for Mr. John Leland Douglas, 90, who entered into…

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