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Thanksgiving Celebrations at Ulster American Folk Park

2 Mellon Road, Omagh, County Tyrone, BT78 5QU
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Thanksgiving is celebrated in North America as a time for people to give thanks for their home and family. It's a time to recall the determination of the early New World settlers, who set the foundations for the success of future generations of America.

Discover Thanksgiving of the past at Ulster American Folk Park, with a traditional 19th century celebration. Join the Partridges of Slippery Rock in Butler County in our Western Pennsylvania Log House as they prepare their turkey and anxiously await the return of their only son Joseph, an infantryman in the Union Army. You'll be able to witness these performances at 11:00, 14:00, and 15:30. Taste traditional thanksgiving food like Succotash and apple pie in our Log Cabin, and try your hand at Barn Dancing to the Virginia Reel! Don't miss The Minstrel Boys Living History group as they perform American Union Civil War Solider re-enactments.

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£9.90 per ticket
Child£6.05 per ticket
Concession£5.23 per ticket
Family£5.50 per ticket

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