If you have never experienced the reenactment of George Washington’s daring 1776 Christmas night river crossing and missed it on Sunday, December 8, there will be another chance for you.

BuckLocalNews.com reported that the reenactment of General Washington and his troops crossing the Delaware will be having a second showing. This one will be on Wednesday, December 25 from noon to 3 pm. This will be the 67th annual Christmas Day crossing.

The people that were a part of Sunday's (December 8) reenactment had to pay a small fee of $8 for adults, $4 for children. One of the best parts about attending the reenactment on Christmas Day is that there is no fee, according to BucksLocalNews.com.

The reenactment of General Washington and his troops crossing the Delaware is held at Washington Crossing Historic Park in Bucks County, Pa.

It was mentioned by BucksLocalNews.com that the reenactment is only happening if the weather conditions are good. If the weather happens to be bad the only thing that will happen will be ceremonies, speeches, and commemorative activities.