The Northwest Colonial Festival is an annual festival hosted at the George Washington Inn and Washington Lavender Farm, located between Sequim and Port Angeles, Washington. The festival brings 1775 back to life with a colonial village and daily reenactments of the Battles of Lexington and Concord.

THE 2021 FESTIVAL

Thursday August 12th thru Sunday August 15th, 2021

ACTIVITIES

Students
& Teachers

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!

Military
Devotees

With historic and decisive battle reenactments and military exercises taking place every day, it's enough to keep any military enthusiast entertained.

History
Buffs

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.

​George Washington

Martha Washington

Thomas Jefferson

Eliza Pinckney

Ester Reed

Mercy Warren

Peggy Shippen

(Mrs. Benedict Arnold)

NW Colonial Reenactors Association

The Regiments of Foot

Army of the Columbia Fife and Drums Corps

Daughters of the American Revolution

Sons of the American Revolution

Ryan Wetterlund

Event Director

Dan & Janet Abbott

Hosts/Proprietors of George Washington Inn & Estate

LOCATION

The Northwest Colonial Festival is sponsored by the educational non-profit George Washington Society and hosted on the grounds of George Washington Inn & Estate.

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George Washington Inn & Estate

939 Finn Hall Road

Port Angeles, WA 98362

Early-bird discounts are available for tickets purchased in advance of the festival.

Tax-deductible donations to the George Washington Society, a fully recognized 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization, are appreciated.

Register here to become a reenactor or participant.

Photography and Images provided by Belly of the Whale Photography

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