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Flags That Flew Over Colonial America To Be Displayed at Fort Delaware
June 22, 2019 - June 23, 2019
Head over to Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History this Saturday, June 22, for an incredible display of early American flags!
In addition to all the other fascinating attractions at the Fort, visitors can take in a full exhibit of flags flown over the Thirteen Colonies and the infant United States. The creation and meaning of Flag Day will be discussed, as well as the significance each flag played in the formation of the United States.
Flags we will include the British Red Ensign, The Bennington Flag, The Green Mountain Boys Flag, The Grand Union, The Betsy Ross Flag, The Bedford Flag, Washington Cruisers, Philadelphia Light Horse Flag, The Gadsen Flag, and The Guilford Courthouse Flag. They will become part of a permanent display at the Fort.
Located along Route 97, the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway, in Narrowsburg, Fort Delaware is an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754. A tour of the multi-level colonial structure includes demonstrations of early settlers’ lifestyles and craft-making. A gift shop and picnicking facility are located on the grounds. The Fort is owned, operated and maintained by Sullivan County through its Department of Parks, Recreation and Beautification.
For the rest of June, the Fort will be open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Starting July 1, the Fort will be open for visits and tours from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Labor Day. (Last tours are given at 4 p.m.)
Adult tickets are $7 apiece, while kids under 5 are free (must be accompanied by an adult). Children 5-14 are $4 apiece, and seniors aged 62 and over are $5 apiece. A $20 Family Pass admits up to two adults and three children, while veterans who present a valid ID issued through the County’s FAVOR Program are admitted free. Special rates available for camps, student groups and adult groups.
For more info, visitor call 845-252-6660.