Blue & Gray Days
Thursday through Saturday, November 7-9, 2019
Blue and Gray Days is a three-day event that draws hundreds of school children and adult spectators every year. At both Carter House and Carnton, guests will meet Civil War re-enactors and 1800s living historians. They get hands-on experience with clothes, trades, and weapons of the past.
Living Historians and Re-enactors in 2018:
Period music by the Caldwells
Rev. Charles Buchahn depicting a Federal Chaplain
Dennis Boggs as Abraham Lincoln
Dr. Naima Johnston-Bush depicting slave spirituals
Curt Fields as Gen. U.S. Grant
1800s Outdoor Games and Activities
Confederate and Federal camps
And much, much more…
The mornings of Thursday and Friday are reserved for school groups. If you are a teacher looking to book a school group or a homeschool parent looking to come to the event, pre-booked tour times for school pricing are required. Please contact Sarah Falck at firstname.lastname@example.org or (615)-905-0692.
Special Pricing for School Groups and Homeschool Families per site:
Children under 6: FREE
Students Kindergarten – 5th Grade: $5.00
Students 6th – 8th grade: $6.00
Students 9th-12th grade: $8.00
Adult Admission: $12.00
Teachers: FREE (one free teacher per 10 students)
General Admission for Blue & Gray Days is included with the purchase of a Classic House Tour. A grounds pass only may be purchased for $10.00.
Contact: Sarah Falck, Education Coordinator
email@example.com or (615) 905-0692