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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Experience Colonial Williamsburg’s newest reconstruction—James Anderson’s Public Armoury.
Feel the hope and heartbreak in this museum exhibition filled with scraps of fabric left to represent the lives of abandoned children.
In addition to our regularly scheduled ongoing events in the Revolutionary City, we invite you to join us throughout the year for various special resortwide occasions and events.
Explore the aesthetic diversity of early Southern style through remarkable objects.
This exhibit will illustrate the wide variety of Chinese porcelain that was available in colonial America with a particular focus on pieces with histories in Virginia.
Become an agent for the Committee for Secret Correspondence. Help save the Revolution by finding the best ally for the War for American Independence.
Join us for an unforgettable Easter weekend. Enjoy a classic brunch and egg hunt, meet our new baby lambs, or prepare for adventure with our latest spy mission.
Each spring visitors are welcomed to some of Williamsburg’s most beautiful gardens, homes and historic landmarks during Virginia’s Historic Garden Week. All Tour proceeds fund the restoration and preservation of Virginia’s historic gardens.
The Cahn collection of early American and domestic silver celebrates both American history and craftsmanship. The loan exhibition of 40 pieces includes significant works by such masters as Jeremiah Drummer and Paul Revere Jr. of Boston and Joseph Richardson Sr. of Philadelphia.
Organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Art
Celebrate the traditions of 18th-century military music and explore the important roles played by fifers and drummers. Units from the United States and Canada join Colonial Williamsburg’s Fifes and Drums to perform grand displays of period music.
The Virginia Arts Festival returns to Williamsburg with performances by banjo player Béla Fleck accompanied by Abigail Washburn and swinging big band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
Explore the Revolutionary City, hear the stirring cadences of the Fifes and Drums, join in the patriotic events, and browse the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg as we honor those who serve.
Take part in an 8K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run on Saturday, May 31 or a half marathon on Sunday, June 1. Both courses wind through the Revolutionary City and benefit two great causes: An Achievable Dream and Wounded Warriors.
This exhibition will feature 12 American quilts that represent the widely diverse types of quilts made in America from the 18th and 20th centuries. Some have never before been exhibited, and all are superb examples of their kind.
Join us for a vibrant and patriotic Fourth of July celebration with a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence, a picnic, a performance by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, and a dazzling display of fireworks.
A full weekend of contemporary cuisine creatively prepared by our talented chefs and served in beautiful surroundings.
Take part in our weekend of special events. Immerse yourself in an 18th-century battle, join in a military march, or witness armorers hard at work on this special weekend of remembrance.
The holidays begin with the most American of meals—Thanksgiving. Celebrate this special meal together and leave the stresses of cooking to us.
For more than 70 years, Colonial Williamsburg has celebrated the holiday season by holding a Grand Illumination.