A Day with Aunt Julia
At Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site
Bring your family for a morning of fun and games at Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site in honor of the estate’s third owner “Aunt Julia.” Old-fashioned games and crafts will be held throughout the morning, along with special kid-friendly tours of the historic mansion and slave cabin that will explore the lives of the children who once lived at Redcliffe. The highlight of the event will be an ice cream social and raffle held from 11:30 – Noon. Donate school supplies to enter a raffle to win a free AFTER DARK tour of Redcliffe with your family and up to six friends in Oct/Nov. See details below. Come anytime between 9:30 – Noon for games, crafts and tours but Ice Cream Social and Raffle begin at 11:30 am. Dress for the weather – hats, closed-toed shoes, sunscreen and water are highly recommended. Back to School Raffle – Donate school supplies to enter a raffle to win a private tour of Redcliffe AFTER DARK. Each item (1 pack of paper, 1 pack on pencils, 1 pack of folders) equals 1 raffle ticket (single items like a single pencil, single folder are excluded – MUST be a pack to qualify for raffle ticket). Suggested donation items include pencils, pens, 24 pack crayons, glue sticks, safety scissors, book bags, 2 inch 3-ring binders, loose-leaf lined paper, composition books and notebooks. The raffle winner will win a free AFTER DARK tour of Redcliffe for their family and up to six friends (no more than 12 people total). Park staff will consult with the family to choose the best date and time for their tour which should take place in October or November. The tour will include the historic Magnolia Lane and the first floor of the historic mansion.
9:30 am - Noon
Free Admission With Park Passport Plus
What to Bring
Hats, sunscreen, closed-toed shoes, bottled water, battery powered fan or hand-fan.
Free for Park Passport Plus Holders (Limit of four per passport)
$5 Kids (Ages 3 - 16), Free for Adults