There’s always something fun happening at the Museum of the Waxhaws! Come and blow out the candles on the cake with Waxhaw native President Andrew Jackson and his wife, Rachel, at The Museum of the Waxhaws, Sunday, March 17 from 2 to 5 p.m. Remember, you only turn 252 once! Come celebrate with us! Regular admission fees apply. Take a step back in time and come see early Native American Artifacts from the Waxhaw area. Meet and Greet with Chris Hendrix, Vice President of the Piedmont Archaeological Society of NC, SC, and VA. Enjoy WWII Reenactors bringing WWII to life at The Museum of the Waxhaws On June 6, 1944, people came together in Normandy to defeat Nazi Germany including 160,000 Americans. Join us on June 8, 2019, in commemorating this special day to celebrate peace and liberty. Regular admission fees apply Enjoy traditional food, entertainment and an cash beer and wine bar while stepping back in time in an 18th-century tavern, Rough Edge; a place to kick back and dust off the rough edges of the road. EvenTide – Party with the Pirates before the 9th Annual Pirate Day. Live Music | Cash Bar | 21 and older only. Pirate attire not required but always appreciated! The Museum of the Waxhaws presents our 9th Annual Pirate Day. Family-friendly day of fun-filled pirate activities for all ages. Food, games, shop vendors, cannon fire, reenactments, pirate shows, and contests. The Museum Grounds come to life as All Hallow’s Eve approaches! Join us on November 16, 2019, to hear the Gettysburg Address from President Lincoln. Living history performer, Nora Brooks presents Mildred Childe Lee, daughter of Robert E. Lee. Regular admission fees apply. Come to the Museum of the Waxhaws on the 78th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor bombing and meet reenactors of the 82nd airborne and see the display by local historian Jack Clay. Meet and Greet with Mrs. Claus with Treats! $15.00 per person (parent and child).