Today actor was amazing. I truly enjoyed his performance. Court was very fun too. We also visited Governor Mansion. These 3 activities were worth my money IMO.
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We visited here four years ago with two grandsons and loved it. We went with our younger grandsons this year. It was very hot and they were tired, so we didn't get to do much...so for the price of admission it wasn't great. But there...More
We chose to spend most of our day in town at Jamestown, and so didn't opt to purchase the full admission to Colonial Williamsburg. However, we did go by in the late afternoon/evening, and since the area is on public streets, we were still able...More
Definitely a little touristy but if you can get past that you will see a place steeped in history and people willing to show you how they lived and worked in Williamsburg. It was quite fun to wander about and see the shops and demonstrations....More
This was a great vacation experience for the family. It provided a historical experience with information for every age group.
The 4 star rating has less to do with Colonial Williamsburg than it does the temperature of the day I went. It was 95 degrees with a heat index of 111... too hot! I was staying about an hour away and this was the only...More
Bring your comfortable walking shoes/sneakers and a thick wallet as you'll need both. There's a lot of walking to get to all the sites, but it's all worth it. CW is broken down into two zones, Capital and Market Square. Both have historic sites, Trades,...More
The whole experience seemed to be focused on apologizing for slavery. Now, I've never owned a slave, nor were my ancestors even in this country before the emancipation proclamation, and there is actually more likelihood that there were some who were endentured, so I personally...More
We spent 7 hours there on a day when the heat index reached 108 and it was just the right amount of time for us. Many of the open buildings have tours, so we found that we often had to wait 10 minutes for the...More