Read the Latest News & Events

HomeLatest News & Events

Latest News & Events

BRBHS General Meeting & Lecture

Saturday, September 9

1 p.m.


Lecture- $5 for nonmembers

FREE to BRBHS members

Pie tasting- $5 for three samples of the different pies

The British Army stumbled into the frontier conflict for North America unprepared and ill-equipped for the territory. In a war marked by early failures in tactics and strategy, the British Army would have to adapt to their surroundings in many ways to achieve victory—not the least of which was in uniforms and equipment.

Join us for a talk by William Koker, author of “Redcoat Uniforms in North America, 1754-1763,” about how the dynamic and radical changes made to the clothing and equipment used by the British Army to adjust for the battlegrounds of mid-18th century North America.

After the talk, join the BRBHS for a pie-tasting as part of the Third Annual Britsburgh Festival! A variety of meat pies will be available to sample.

Fall Nature Walk

Saturday, September 30
10 a.m.
$5 for nonmembers
FREE to BRBHS members
As the leaves transform from summer greens to vibrant yellows, flaming reds, explosive oranges, and shades of earthy brown, why not enjoy the last warm days before winter’s chill sets in?
Learn about the various flora and fauna of Western Pennsylvania with Bushy Run volunteers and nature enthusiasts Bob Learzaf & Dave Browning.

Fall Tea

Update 8/16/17- This event is SOLD OUT. Tickets for the Spring Tea will be available in March or April 2018.

Saturday, October 7

1 – 3 p.m.

Cost: $20 per person

Experience the beauty of Western Pennsylvania along with the pleasures of a lovely afternoon tea in the elegant Stone Room at Bushy Run Battlefield. Tea, hot chocolate, sandwiches, and pastries will be served.

Haunted History Hayride

Saturday, October 21

7 – 10 p.m.


Adults- $8

Children (ages 4-12)- $5

No one under 4 permitted.

Experience the battlefield in a whole new perspective at night!  Guided hay wagons take visitors back in time as they stop along the trail where reenactors portray 18th century characters.  But beware! Ghost and goblins are lurking in the woods and are too scary for those children under the age of 4. Admission includes entry to the Visitor Center and giftshop.

There will be concessions available, a s well as ghost stories in the Stone Room.

Note: Reservations to be taken after October 1st, 2017, until event is sold out.