The grounds of the Pioneer Florida Museum & Village in Dade City stepped back in time over the weekend for Civil War Reenactments and a Living History Encampment.
Skirmishes emerged from the village and battles took place on the afternoons of Feb. 24 and Feb. 25.
Spectators enjoyed the demonstration, as re-enactors advanced on the battlefield during the skirmishes.
Some in attendance really got into the spirit by wearing period-style clothing to the event.
The conclusion of the battle was signaled by the playing of “Taps,” while war casualties remained strewn about the battlefield.