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Historic Collinsville Events for October

 

Visit Clarksville TennesseeClarksville, TN – Fall is the season for festivals and enjoying the last of the outdoors before winter makes its appearance. At Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement, you’ll find events all throughout October to celebrate the season.

Cotton Weaver at Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement

Cotton Weaver at Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement

Arts Celebration, October 19th

On Saturday, October 19th, artists from Clarksville’s Downtown Artist’s Co-Op will be on hand with plein air painting and more. This is an opportunity for you to learn and explore your creative abilities.

HarvestFest, October 26th

HarvestFest on Saturday, October 26th celebrates the end of the 2019 regular season with pumpkins, activities for kids, food trucks, docents, a ghost walk, corn maze, music storytelling, and more. Tour the property’s 16 authentically furnished homes dating from 1860-80. Bring a picnic and enjoy time in the lush rural setting.

Historic Collinsville is open through October 26th on Saturdays from  10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and  Sundays 1:00p.m. – 5:00p.m. (Other days and times are available by appointment for groups of 6 or more.)  Special events are held throughout the year.

Special event admission for the HarvestFest is $12.00 for ages 12 and up. Purchase tickets in advance at HistoricCollinsville.com/events or onsite. Regular admission is free for ages six and under and $7.00 for adults.

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement is located at 4711 Weakley Road in Southside, Tennessee, about 15 miles south of Downtown Clarksville.

About Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement

Set on 40 rolling rural acres, the Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement opened more than 20 years ago, first to give children a “hands-on” experience, outside of the classroom, about life in the 1800s and later to the public. The settlement recreates the past with historical structures each filled with authentic period furnishings that show a glimpse of life before and after the Civil War.

In 2018, Collinsville founders, Glenn and JoAnn Weakley sold the property to Montgomery County Government, and Visit Clarksville operates and manages the property.


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