For just $10 more than our Single-day Ticket, enjoy admission for the rest of the year! Explore all Colonial Williamsburg homes, community places, and trade shops—including our two art museums—and enjoy the convenience of our complimentary shuttle.
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.
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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to Your Visit
Experience the Revolutionary City in full bloom
with Your Setting
Immerse yourself in natural beauty, regardless of the season
Discover our gardens on your own, or try a guided tour for a behind-the-scenes look
Stroll through our gardens and find inspiration to take home with you
Explore one of our kitchen gardens for a look into the local fare
Tour our vibrant 18th-century gardens at your leisure or enhance your understanding of heirloom gardening techniques with a guided garden tour. Stroll through more than 100 gardens and green spaces, ranging from sculptured and formal to utilitarian. Meet our gardeners for a first-hand perspective, or learn about the connection between status and wealth and colonial gardens from a tour guide.
For a detailed, printable map of the gardens in the Revolutionary City download our Historic Garden brochure.
Discover how gardens reflected status and wealth in the 18th century. This escorted walking tour will take you through several gardens along Palace Green.
If you’ve ever wondered about growing seasonal plants in the Revolutionary City, this program is for you.
Experience our gardens from the ground up. Learn how Colonial Williamsburg uses archaeological evidence and historical documents to re-create authentic gardens.