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3rd Annual Tour of Bristol’s Historic Federal Hill

Federal Hill Green

What was life like in Bristol during the First World War?

As you travel on the 60-minute, fully narrated, driving tour of Federal Hill and its surrounding area, learn about the city and its activities in support of the Great War. Hear stories about our local soldiers, how women supported the war effort, wartime production in our local industries, and what life was like on the home front.

Tours leave at 1:00, 2:15, and 3:30pm.

After your tour, stay for a 5pm concert on the Federal Hill Green. Bring a chair or blanket, pack a picnic, and enjoy a fun, free, community concert on the Green.

Tickets are $25 per person (non-refundable)

Advanced reservations required. Call 860-583-6070 to purchase your seat.

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1 Comment on 3rd Annual Tour of Bristol’s Historic Federal Hill

  1. I don’t see a date for this event. When is it?

    Jan Gyurko Jgyurko@mac.com 860.877.1499

    Sent from my iPad

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