Need More Time?

Your session is going to expire in 60 seconds, at which time your shopping cart will be automatically emptied. Do you need more time?

We’re Sorry

Your session has expired due to inactivity.

Memorial Day Weekend

Honoring Service to America—May 24–26, 2014

Explore the Revolutionary City, hear the stirring cadences of the Fifes and Drums, and join in the patriotic events as we honor those who serve. Finish your days with a delicious meal in one of our restaurants and live musical performances.

In Defense of Our Liberty
Memorial Day Commemorative Program

Gather for a modern service honoring military veterans who died while serving their country.

Fifes and Drums March
Fifes and Drums March

Colonial Williamsburg’s Fifes and Drums represent Revolutionary War field musicians. Hear the stirring sounds and follow behind them as they march on Duke of Gloucester Street from the Capitol to Palace Green.

Geddy Gunsmith Shop
Gunsmith & Foundry

Discover a family at work in the yard behind the Geddy House. Gunsmiths make reproductions of civilian firearms, and founders cast household wares in brass, bronze, pewter, and silver.

The Magazine

See authentic firearms and military equipment, and listen as armorers and guards tell the story of British and American military forces in Virginia.

Courage or Cowardice
Courage or Cowardice

A Virginia officer took his men and abandoned his post in the face of a British attack, leaving the town of Portsmouth and the surrounding area defenseless. Because of his actions, the British caused significant damage. Did he act correctly?

On to Yorktown and Victory!
On to Yorktown and Victory

The Allied American Army has been gathering in Williamsburg, and the troops are eager to engage the British. Before leaving, local militia, with fife and drum fanfares and cannon salutes, march in review while the General addresses the citizens of Williamsburg in preparation for the siege of Yorktown.

Previous Next
VA Arts Festival
May 24–25, 2014

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.

Hotel Book a Room

Check Availability