Join The Historic Village at Allaire for its “19th Century Fall Harvest Festival” on Saturday, September 22nd, where you can celebrate the harvest with various activities being showcased throughout the day!
A must see event on the Jersey Shore, The Historic Village at Allaire’s “19th Century Fall Harvest Festival.” The Harvest has been gathered and now it is time for the families of the Howell Iron Works to relax. Please join the villagers in celebrating the harvest and try your hand at cider pressing, apple snap, militia demonstrations, old fashioned games, dancing, and much more! Additionally there will be blacksmithing, carpentry, fibre arts, tinsmithing, and hearth cooking demonstration throughout the day. Our Historic Buildings, Enameling Building, Bakery, and General Store will be open for you to visit. Check out our vendors selling mums, vegetables, and other seasonal items!
Hours: 11AM – 4PM
General Admission: $5 Adults / $3 Ages 5 -12
The cost for attending it listed above, with the festival running from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM over at its address on 4263 Atlantic Avenue in Wall, NJ.