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beth r.
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Report | 2 months ago
Beautiful in the winter!
Wendy W.
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Report | 2 months ago
Stopping at the visitor center was very helpful and informative and made our walk thru Colonial much more interesting and enjoyable.
Kathryn K.
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Report | 2 months ago
Great deal! Arrive early to take full advantage of the savings.
pcollier
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Report | 2 months ago
Very interesting and well run. Everyone is friendly and informative and eager to help and answer questions. We really enjoyed our stay, thank you.
Kim K.
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Report | 2 months ago
Make sure you have plenty of time to see everything and know what you want to see before hand. The line to check in was long and that set the whole day back.
Michael T.
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Report | 2 months ago
Allow plenty of time. There is so much to see and it is hard to get it all done in one day.
chris h.
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Report | 2 months ago
A trip to Williamsburg is worth every penny you spend....
Denise M.
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Report | 2 months ago
Get a package to stay in a hotel:)
Eddie L.
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Report | 2 months ago
Allow for multiple day as there are many things to see and do.
Christy T.
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Enjoy the history. Visit the sanitariumy and the museum.
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Colonial Williamsburg's 300 acres of taverns, tradeshops, homes, and community buildings stand preserved as if it were the 1770s, at the turbulent moment when Virginia colonists were debating independence from Britain. As visitors stroll the sun-dappled streets, they immerse themselves in the daily life of the town's citizens?shopkeepers, artisans, politicians, and enslaved servants who dream of freedom, but fear the chaos of war. Political discussions and protest demonstrations give guests the chance to leap into the revolutionary spirit themselves. Or, they can browse the town's 22 historic trade shops, where nearly 80 masters, journeymen, and apprentices practice pre-industrial trades from blacksmithing to leatherworking.

A duet of museums give historical context to the town's vibrant life. Housed under one roof, the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum let guests admire three centuries' worth of rustic ornamental woodwork or learn how a portrait of George Washington saved a family farm. Alternatively, for a taste of the 20th century, they can stroll across the landscaped grounds of Basset Hall, the former residence of John D. and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Jr.

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