The Northwest Colonial Festival is an annual event sponsored by the George Washington Society and hosted at the George Washington Inn and Washington Lavender Farm, located between Sequim and Port Angeles, Washington. This year's encampment brings 1775 back to life with a colonial village and daily reenactments of iconic skirmishes.
There's so much to learn at the festival, and plenty of engaging activities for educators and students alike. Come learn history as you watch us repeat it!
With historic and decisive skirmish reenactments and military exercises taking place every day, it's enough to keep any military enthusiast entertained.
Travel back to 1775 and witness the commitment to mastering the lifestyle of the era, and the retelling of the United States' most important chapter.
Mercy Otis Warren
NW Colonial Reenactors Association
Spirit of '76 Living History Association
Army of the Columbia Fife and Drums Corps
Daughters of the American Revolution
Sons of the American Revolution
The Crew of His Majesty's Royal Navy HMS Chatham
Dan & Janet Abbott
Hosts/Proprietors of George Washington Inn & Estate