Heirloom seeds and plants, herbs, flowers, seasonal greens, wreaths, 18th-century clay flowerpots, and bird bottles.
Reproductions of precious gemstone rings, earrings, pendants, and charms in sterling silver and 14-karat gold. Find beautifully crafted pieces created by Colonial Williamsburg’s silversmith.
John Greenhow Store
Find wrought iron, willow baskets, fine imported porcelain, floorcloths, fabrics, cooper’s items, tinware, craftsmen’s tools, and other goods similar to those sold by Mr. Greenhow in the 18th century.
Mary Dickinson Shop
Find the perfect petticoat, short gown, cloak, mitts, cap, and more to make an 18th-century fashion statement.
An open-air market area selling toys, hats, pottery, and baskets. Also available are rentals of 18th-century costumes for boys and girls and auctions of new goods from Colonial Williamsburg’ historic shops.
Reproduction prints, maps, leather-bound books, stationery, quill pens, ink, inkwells, and sealing wax. Purchase stamps, letters, and postcards and send mail hand-canceled with a reproduction 18th-century Williamsburg postmark.
Browse this exclusive location for one-of-a-kind items, handmade by our skilled tradespeople using 18th-century tools and techniques.
Tarpley, Thompson & Company
Tavernware, pewter, and glassware as used at our historic taverns—along with mixes, jams, candies, cold beverages, and 21st-century gifts.
The William Pitt Shop
Your kids will love browsing through colonial clothes, hats, toys, games, and books in this newly opened historic children’s boutique.