The Battle of Bloody Mose is the reenactment of the 1740 Spanish victory that forced the British to retreat from Spanish Florida. Reenactments of the battle itself will take place at 12:00 noon and at 2:00 p.m.
Other activities occur throughout the day: musket demonstrations and colonial Florida craft-making stations, including blacksmithing, 18th-century foods, finger weaving, and pine needle basket weaving. There will also be a variety of free children’s activities, plus food and craft vendors.
Admission to the event and park grounds is Free. There is a $2.00 per adult fee to enter the Visitor Center. Children under 6 are always free.
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