The Old West Festival is a recreation of Dodge City circa 1878 where visitors can interact with period performers, enjoy a sarsaparilla at the local saloon, shop for antique, Western-themed and hand-made crafts and immerse themselves in …
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WILLIAMSBURG, Ohio - Love the Wild West? This weekend is your last chance to experience all its grit and glory at the Old West Fest in Williamsburg, Ohio.
Travel back in time to the Wild West town of Dodge City, where the whole family can experience medicine shows, saloon shows, magic, storytelling and can can dancers that where characteristic of the era.
It’s the only place in the Tri-State where you can watch a puppet show while sipping on an ice cold sarsaparilla. Artisans and vendors will also be available.
The festival runs through this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children 6-12. (All children under 5 are free).
Find out more information at http://www.oldwestfestival.com/ .
Wild West attire is optional.
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