ALLOUEZ - The Civil War came to life today at Heritage Hill in Allouez.
The state historical park welcomed re-enactors from across Wisconsin.
Saturday afternoon they took part in a re-enactment of the Battle of Gettysburg.
In fact, it's the 150 year anniversary of the battle, which took place in 1863.
The battle involved more than 160 thousand Americans, including people from Northeast Wisconsin.
Organizers say visitors are in for a bit of a history lesson.
"Visitors will get a chance to take a look at what it was like to be a part of that battle, like I said, from the civilian and military aspect," said historian and researcher Tim Brumm.
Couldn't make it out Saturday?
The event is going on Sunday, from noon until 4:30.
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