Revolutionary War Bus Trip

Date: July 16, 2022
Time: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
Location: Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia & Northern New Jersey Revolutionary War Battle and Historic Sites
Organizer: Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park
Phone: 518-774-5669
Fort Plain Museum

Museum of the American Revolution & Southwestern New Jersey Revolutionary War Battlefield and Historic Sites

Saturday, July 16, 2022

Stop 1 – Museum of the American Revolution – Featuring the Exhibit – Liberty: Don Troiani’s Paintings of the Revolutionary War Exhibit – To Order a Copy of Liberty, Please Click Here

For Stops 2 and 3, Historian and Author Garry Wheeler Stone will be guiding and speaking to the group about what took place at each stop. Garry has a book titled, The Battle of Gloucester, 1777 – Due out in May – To Preorder a Copy, Please Click Here

Stop 2 – The Red Bank Battlefield Park & the Site of Fort Mercer

• James and Ann Whitall House

• Battle of Red Bank Monument 

• Hugh Mercer Memorial Wall

Stop 3 – Indian King Tavern

• Lafayette and the Battle of Gloucester

For Stops 4 and 5, Historian Adam Zielinski will join the tour and speak about what happened at these historic sites.

Stop 4 – Mount Holly 

• Battle of Iron Works Hill Site    

• St. Andrews Cemetery 

• Stephen Girard House 

• Friends Meeting House 

• Three Tuns Tavern

Stop 5 – Petticoat Road Bridge Skirmish Site

Registration: $99 Per Person

To Register Online: Please Click Here (Scroll Down to Next Events and Select “Get Tickets” Under the Revolutionary War Bus Trip)

To Register by Mail: Please email with Name, Email, Phone Number and Pick-up Location (Amsterdam, Albany or Hudson Valley). Then Please send a check for $99 made out to The Fort Plain Museum – ATN: Bus Trip – P.O. Box 324 – Fort Plain, NY 13339

Ticket Price includes round trip, lunch, and site fees, speakers, tours and materials. 

There will be a pick-up in Amsterdam, Albany, the Hudson Valley and NJ.

Thank you, your ticket purchase supports the Fort Plain Museum & Historical Park, a 501(c)3 – Non-Profit Organization.