The reconstructed fort is seasonally closed from November 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023. 

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Fort Meigs Holiday Open House

December 11, 2022 

12 p.m- 5 p.m. Free Admission

Experience a portion of the fort decorated for the holidays! Become immersed in the history of holiday traditions during the War of 1812 and early America. Enjoy holiday music, warming refreshments, bonfires, military demonstrations, and hands-on activities for all ages. While you’re here, shop our museum store for unique holiday gifts!

Second Sunday Tabletop Games

Next Gaming Day: December 11th

Featured Games:
“Pikeman’s Lament” A quick play pike and shot rule set from Osprey.  Two scouting forces, made up of either one or two players, converge on a sleepy crossroads village attempting to gain control.
54mm. figures. The rules are easily picked up by people new to wargaming. GM: D. Dalton
“Winter Solstice” Two rival war bands clash trying to take control of this sacred place. 
28mm. figures using home rules. Easy to play for beginners. GM: D. Johnson
“War of 1812” U.S. and British troops meet in this simple, fast-play scenario. No experience needed with this type of gaming. 54mm. figures. The 1/2 page of rules are easy to learn.
“Clash of the Kaiju” This is a display game only. Giant monsters destroy the city while trying to attack each other. 20 famous creatures from the movies star. This game will run in January.
In addition to these historical miniatures games, we offer plenty of simple games for the kids. These easy roll the dice games help the young players with their counting and sportsmanship skills.
*Second Sunday admission is free December 11th due to the second Sunday falling on the Holiday Open House at Fort Meigs.*

Photo credit: Weaver
Background image credit: Library of Congress