Experience Thanksgiving on the Outer Banks as it was in the 1850sPosted by Mike Bishal on
If your looking for a way to burn off some of that Thanksgiving Dinner and getting up early for a 5K isn't your thing, take a trip over to Island Farm in Manteo. They will be open from 10am - 4pm and will be sharing how a traditional family on Roanoke Island in the 1850s would be preparing for Winter.
Activities on Thanksgiving include cooking on the hearth, candle making, preserving food, corn shucking, and even ox drawn wagon rides. Take a moment before or after your Thanksgiving meal and get an appreciation for how life was early on in America.
Island Farm is recreated as a farm from the 1850's. Take a walk back in history and see how life was for those who lived in Manteo over 150 years ago.
Island Farm is located in Manteo at 1140 US…
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