Buy online and save up to $4. Explore all the Colonial Williamsburg historic sites and trade shops, including our two art museums, and enjoy the convenience of our complimentary shuttle service for three consecutive days from your first date of use.
Explore all the Colonial Williamsburg historic sites and trade shops, including our two art museums, and enjoy the convenience of our complimentary shuttle service for one day.
History-lovers, this is the ticket for you. Start by tracing the story of early America from Jamestown, through Williamsburg, and then finish in Yorktown. This ticket grants you access to five historic sites for seven consecutive days from first date of use.
Enjoy unlimited admission to Colonial Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City for a year from date of purchase. Explore the city sites and museums whenever you want, for as many days as you want. Annual Pass members also receive discounts on tickets, tours and more.
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Enjoy the best of both worlds, from luxe home accessories to authentic reproduction 18th-century furniture and flatware.
Share in the seasonal harvest that brings a bounty of new garden-to-guest culinary offerings, beer tastings, and fine wines.
Escape to Life the Way
It Should Be…
A Colonial Williamsburg experience is a truly unique one. Guests of all ages will enjoy exploring the Revolutionary City and meeting residents living in this tumultuous period of our nation’s history. Our world-class museums offer intriguing exhibits, lively lectures, and hands-on activities for kids. For those looking to relax, we offer convenient Resort hotel and restaurant properties. However you’d like to spend your visit, for the day or for the week—you’ll find it here.
This ground-breaking exhibition will bring together paintings by artists working in the 18th-century South and others produced abroad for southern patrons.
When mothers left babies at London’s Foundling Hospital in the mid-18th century, the Hospital often retained a small token as a means of identification, usually a piece of fabric. Each scrap of material reflects the life of a single infant and that of its absent parent.
Become an agent for the Committee for Secret Correspondence. Help save the Revolution by finding the best ally for the War for American Independence.
When the sun goes down, Williamsburg has a haunted history to tell. Due to subject matter, this program is not appropriate for young children.
Learn of the ghosts that still haunt the taverns and historic buildings of Colonial Williamsburg. This family-friendly program is suitable for all ages and is wheelchair- and stroller-friendly.