Fort Mifflin hosts many exciting, educational and paranormal events throughout the year. View our calendar below to get your tickets to the next amazing event.
Thanks to all those who shot for The Fort at Fort Mifflin’s Fourth Annual Golf Outing!
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Preserving William Howe’s Story
A Special Paranormal Event
During the Civil War, Fort Mifflin served as a Union army prison. Its most famous inmate was Private William H. Howe, a Union soldier who became the first and only prisoner to be executed at Fort Mifflin on August 26, 1864. Does Howe’s spirit still occupy the Fort? You be the judge! From 7 PM […]View Details
Chocolate and Love Letters at Fort Mifflin
Explore the history of chocolate in Early America. Open hearth cooking demonstrations bring the early American kitchen to life featuring some early chocolate recipes. Bring your sweetheart or your family and enjoy the special display of love letters and love stories that bring to light the special bond between soldiers and their loved ones. Complimentary hot […]View Details
Paranormal Friday at Fort Mifflin will introduce novice ghost hunters to the long history of hauntings here at Fort Mifflin with a guided Ghost Tour and a workshop highlighting the technology and equipment used in paranormal research. Enjoy small group investigation of the “hot spots” with experienced paranormal researchers using all the latest technology. This […]View Details
A World War I Event
The Fort’s annual event devoted to the First World War. Meet the soldiers and civilians of the Great War! Visit with the armies of the Allied and Central powers. Guided tours will focus on the Fort’s time as a US military domestic defense site. Kids can participate in a Scavenger Hunt and “Grenade Toss.” Special […]View Details
Break the 18th Amendment in Style!
Come to the Fort for live music, bar, buffet and WAY MORE FUN than should be legal! Learn the Charleston and experience the incredible ambiance of Fort Mifflin after dark. Come as you are or as you might have been circa. 1925. 8 PM – 11 PM The joint will be jumpin’ – don’t miss the return […]View Details