The fall season at Minute Man National Historical Park came to a successful close as visitors flocked to the many events offered at the park. Visitors enjoyed beautiful foliage along with old and new events, including “Preparing for Winter, Preparing for War,” “Wayside Halloween,” “Halloween at Hartwell Tavern,” and “Park Day.” Thank you to staff, volunteers, and visitors for making these events a success!
Minute Man National Historical Park is now closed for the season, but the staff is here all winter and is busy planning for next season. We look forward to seeing you again in the spring when the Visitor Centers open and programming resumes.
Photos above from left to right, clockwise: Preparing for Winter, Preparing for War by Fran Sacco, Halloween at Hartwell by Tammie Lavallee and Kristin Vinduska.
Preparing for Winter, Preparing for War
A day of special programs at Minute Man’s Historic Hartwell Tavern, covering the experiences of everyday people as they prepared for winter and war in 1774. Photos by Fran Sacco, park volunteer and Friends of Minute Man board member.
An evening of late 19th-century superstitions and Hallowe’en tales at the home of Nathanial Hawthorn. Photos taken by Kacey Martin, park volunteer.
Halloween at Hartwell Tavern
A spooky evening at Hartwell Tavern with storytelling, tours of the tavern, and a husking frolic in the barn. Photos by Kathleen Fahey, Friends of Minute Man Executive Director, excepting the image of Hartwell Tavern with pumpkin by Kristin Vinduska, event visitor.