Returning for another year, October 17th and 18th 2015!

The 18th Century Trade Faire is the largest event held a Fort Loudoun annually. During this event you will have the opportunity to shop with numerous vendors of fine 18th century goods, enjoy some lively performances and educational programs, and even see a battle between the French and English at the fort’s gates.

The gates will be open to the public from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM each day with tickets available at the gate.

Limited parking is available at the park, with additional free parking available at the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum.

There is a free shuttle bus operating between Sequoyah Birthplace Museums and the park as a convenience for the visitor.

Admission costs for the events follow:

18th century Trade Faire at Fort Loudoun
$8– Adults (13 and up)
Children 12 and under admitted free

The following is a list of our vendors for 2015:

Liberty Tree Tavern will be returning as our food vendor this year.
Seams Colonial,
Carolina Threads,
Christine Scanlon, Clothing,
Greg and Shannon Glison, Powder Horns, knives, and etc.,
Redder Trading Co.,
Rudy and Pat Mckinney,
Fort Vause Outfitters,
Trader Bob,
Tippy Curtis,
Janice Hensley- wool, blankets, etc.,
Matthew the Cordwainer
And many more…
Keep watching this page and our facebook page for more updates