Coming Up: Spring Living History at Landmark Park

Spring Living History at Landmark Park

Take your students back in time and experience life in the olden days at Spring Living History at Landmark Park. Happening in February, keep reading to learn all the details about this upcoming event, perfect for a daytime field trip.

About Spring Living History

It’s time to take a step back in time to the 1890s and learn what life was like on the farm before technology was so advanced. Spring Living History at Landmark Park gives students the opportunity to participate in multiple learning experiences to do just that.

To begin with, students will dress up for the simpler time period. They will then tour the historic farm and meet the heirloom animals that thrive at the park.

Following the tour, participants will get hands-on experience learning about life in the past. Activities include doing old-fashioned chores in the Waddell House, working in the kitchen garden for plating season, making fresh butter to enjoy with lunch and cooking lunch for everyone to share.

Additionally, students will end the day enjoying ice cream at The Martin Drugstore.

More about Spring Living History

What’s more? Horse-drawn buggy rides and plenty more farm fun wait for students throughout the day.

Reservations are required for this event, and the cost is $15 per student. Call (334) 794-3452 for more information.

The event will take place over multiple days, allowing educators to choose the day that fits their schedules best. Dates include February 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.

Location

To enjoy everything that Spring Living History at Landmark Park has to offer, head out to 430 Landmark Drive in Dothan. Luckily, residents of Colony Square Apartments are less than a 15-minute drive away!

Summary

After committing to learning about the area’s farm history with Spring Living History at Landmark Park, contact Colony Square Apartments to join our ever-developing community!

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