We love colonial Williamsburg! The houses are beautiful, and it’s an amazing feeling to be able to step back into the 1700s.
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About Colonial Williamsburg
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There is so much to do and see here you need to plan on at least 2 days. It was Christmas Season so there were a lot of seasonal activities each night as well as decorations of the times. All activities are not available each...More
Well organized, must see historic district and living-history museum where actors in period costume depict daily Colonial life in the streets, stores and workshops. We spent part of each of 3 days (due to knee issues) and are planning on going back when we can. Not...More
We recently returned to Colonial Williamsburg after a visit 29 years ago. It is a location rich in revolutionary period history. There are many recreated buildings of the revolutionary era ranging from a courthouse, palace, capitol, various shops, taverns, and homes. It is an area...More
As you wander through Colonial Williamsburg, you will have the opportunity to interact with docents who make 18th century come alive
We love strolling through the streets of Colonial WIlliamsburg. This was my first December visit. I loved all of the old time decorations. The town is simply beautiful this time of year. We checked out the gardens and what was growing this time of year....More
We walked around and saw everything there in two days. We made reservations ahead for dinner and I highly recommend doing that. However, you can check back and see if there's another time slot due to cancelations. There is a lot of walking, so wear...More
We visited for 3 days. Pros: Great place, very educational. Lots of neat buildings and character interactions. Gives you a great feel for the time period. Cons: a lot of 20-30 min tours in the big buildings. The only way to just walk freely through...More