Fall at the Alamo is an interactive living history event that brings area reenactors and living historians together on the grounds of the Alamo for a delightful educational experience. Visitors have the opportunity to see history come to life through demonstrations and one-on-one interaction with participants. The event, which highlights the era of the Republic of Texas, is free to the public.
The Alamo will host its 18th annual Fall at the Alamo. The theme is “Law and Order in the Republic of Texas.” Set in the year 1843, a mock court conducted by Alamo staff and volunteers will hear a cases involving legal issues common to the Republic, to give visitors a sample of the legal system as it existed from 1836-1844. Visitors are invited to be a part of the event.