Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Woodville Plantation Hosts Military Miniatures Day

February 9, 2012



Rob Windhorst


Event: Military Miniatures Day

Date: Sunday, February 19, 2012

Time: Noon to 5 pm

Place: Woodville Plantation, 1375 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017

Cost: $5 for Adults, $3 for Children Age 6-12, Free for Children Under Age 6


BRIDGEVILLE, PA (February 9, 2012) - Step back in time at Woodville Plantation as this this living history museum presents a special event featuring military miniatures. On Sunday, February 19, 2012, military history enthusiasts are invited to see a display of military miniatures, hand-painted toy soldiers and war-gaming dioramas featuring the 18th and 19th century armies of North America and Europe. Visitors can also talk with 18th century military re-enactors throughout the day as they drill (weather permitting). Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children age 6-12 and free for children under age 6. Admission includes exhibit and house tour. Hours are from noon to 5 pm.

Woodville Plantation, the home of John and Presley Neville, is Western Pennsylvania's link to the late 18th century. Built in 1775, this living history museum interprets life during the period of 1780-1820, the Era of the New Republic. Guided tours of the house are available every Sunday from 1 to 4 pm.

Just 7 miles and 15 minutes south of Pittsburgh, Woodville is conveniently located 1/4 mile north of Interstate 1-79 Exit 55 (Kirwin Heights Exit) on Route 50, near the intersection of Thoms Run Road in Collier Township. For further directions or for more information, please visit Woodville's website at http://www.woodvilleplantation.org or call 412-221-0348.

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