WW1 Reenactment Groups

World War 1 Reenactors Charging

On the weekends, in towns and villages all across the country, World War 1 reenactors can be found staging mock battles and bringing to life the stories of those who fought in The Great War. These passionate individuals go above and beyond simply donning historical costumes; they recreate the sights, sounds, and smells of life on the battlefields of a century ago. For many reenactors, this is more than just a hobby – it’s a way to preserve history and keep the memories of those who fought alive. If you’re interested in learning more about WW1 reenacting, or if you’d like to take part in one of these events yourself, then find a unit and get started now!

The Great War Association is the premier organization for World War 1 living history units and events. A foray into the world of WW1 Reenactment Groups should probably start with the GWA and move on from there if unable to find a unit nearby. 

WW1 Reenactment Groups by State