I love the whole Christmas in Williamsburg..have been trying to go for years..finally did and was not disappointed..
Colonial Williamsburg is a good trip to bring American history to life for your children of all ages. Authentic looking cabins, wigwams, etc. really make you feel like you are actually there in the past. Be sure and go see the replicas of the Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Maria.
Colonial Williamsburg This place is fantastic! There is so much to see, so much to do! We spent three days and still did not see everything we wanted so we are going back next month. There are the very popular sites to see such as the Governor's Palace and the Capitol Building at the end of Duke of Gloucester Street.... More
What a great place to visit. We totally enjoyed our experience. The site is wonderful and the interpretive staff excellent! The Christmas wreaths and decorations were simply beautiful.
We had a great time with 3 foreign exchange students. Make sure that the students get inside some of the buildings and not just the shops. It helps that all three have had American History or American Government in school so that the information made sense to them. One day is enough because the foreign kids will get overwhelmed with... More
I really enjoyed my visit to Colonial Williamsburg. I would suggest you spent two-three days there The 1st day you could do the outdoor events for free. There are many events such as storming the gov. palace, declacation of independence, the oldest church, meeting George or Marth Washington. The next day you can tour the houses, wig shop, drug store,... More
We spent most of Thanksgiving day with family in Colonial Williamsburg.Enjoyed visitors center Capitol building and enjoyed avey good Thanksgiving dinner at Shields Tavern.
Colonial Williamsburg is a real slice of our American history. An entire village is on a natural dirt pedestrian street filled with colonial shops, houses, gardens, horses, fife and drum bands. Costumed shop keepers play the part everywhere. This is American History that you are part of . Bring your children or make it romantic.
Really loved the trip here. The dirt roads and cobble stone streets, and quaint shops gave me memories to last. Only bummer, how early everything closes. Ended up at a fantastic restaurant with live music...a soloist, which was awesome, but shops close at 7. Maybe it was an off night
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