Pricketts Fort is honored
to be the host site of this unique exhibit compiled by the (KRF)
Kentucky Rifle Foundation. This exhibit is for the scholar as well
as the enthusiast of fine original weapons. This exhibit of West
Virginia made rifles will have you visiting Pricketts Fort over
and over again throughout the summer.
The exhibit is in the
museum gallery in the Visitor Center and is FREE and open to the
18th century Firearms and
Come join us for a fun and
educational buying experience from some of the best craftsmen in WV,
VA, PA, OH and New York. From the 18th century reenactor to the
serious collector, there will be something for everyone. Visitor
Center. $3 admission at the door.
Hours: Friday 1pm to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 3pm
Historic Arts Workshops for March
March 19 Fly Fishing with Jack
Saturday 10am to 3pm, Learn
the fundamentals of fly casting, equipment selection, and basic
knots in this one day class. Come out and learn the basics of fly
fishing from one of the top fly fishermen in West Virginia, Jack
Bell. Visitor Center. PFMF Members $85, Non-Members $95
register online in the shop or call
the office to register at
March 19 Bird House
Saturday 9am to 1pm, bring the
kids out and have them make their very own bird house. Pricketts
Fort is teaming up with Ducks Unlimited to offer this workshop FREE
of charge to all children who would like to make a bird house. Child
must be accomapanied by an adult. Limit one bird house per child.
Register online in shop or call the
office to register at 304-363-3030.
School of the
March 31 - April 3,
An intense weekend of instruction
exploring the role of early frontiersmen on the American frontier.
Speakers will focus on the frontier skills of the longhunter. Space
is limited and registration is required.