Finding the perfect gift can be quite difficult sometimes. How does one find an item or items that represent their feelings toward friends and family? With that in mind, we have put together our Holiday Gift Guide for 2018.
Our guide is divided into three sections: stocking stuffers, gifts $50 and under, and gifts $100 and under.
Purple and Green Hotch Potch Velour Doll, $22.95
The perfect gift for the young, and young-at-heart. This 22" doll is based on the famous 1782 "The Comical Hotch-Potch of the Alphabet turn'd Posture-Master," a learning tool for children.
Violet Powder, $12.00
A Colonial Williamsburg classic, combining the fragrance of violets with the silky softness of loose powder. Friends will think you a fine gentry lady of the 18th century.
2019 Vintage Capitol Calendar Towel, $14.00
Keep Colonial Williamsburg on your mind the entire year with this calendar towel featuring the Capitol building.
Ginger Cakes in a Raleigh Tavern Box, $14.95
Bring one of everyone's favorite Colonial Williamsburg treats to your home this holiday season. (Order by 11AM EST on Monday, December 11 for Christmas delivery.)
Trend & Tradition Magazine Subscription, $12.00
Devoted to telling the stories of 18th-century America from a 21st-century point of view, Trend & Tradition features articles about our Nation's history, photo essays, cooking and craft ideas. Experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of Williamsburg in your own home.
Abby Quatrefoil Post Earrings, $39.00
A Williamsburg exclusive, these hand-crafted, Virginia-made, sterling silver earrings are inspired by the ironwork and front doors of the former Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, now The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg.
Small Oval Beaded Heart Engraved Box, $23.00
This silver-plated box features an 18th-century cartouche heart design and is the ideal size to hold rings, earrings, or pendants. Make it even more special by having a monogram engraved.
Spa Gift Set, $15.00
Enjoy the luxury of The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg in your own home. This spa gift set includes our Oatmeal Lavender facial and bath bar, shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, and body lotion.
Pewter Jefferson Cup, $38.00
Designed by Thomas Jefferson, this pewter cup is perfect for holiday punch, mint juleps, or to hold any trinkets you may want to store. Make it very special by having a monogram or initial engraved.
Small Stoneware Mug, $39.00
A Williamsburg exclusive, this stoneware mug is perfect for hot or cold beverages. This design was inspired by a salt-glazed stoneware tankard excavated at the Anthony Hay House site.
Colonial Williamsburg Annual Pass, $66.99
With our Annual Pass, get 365 days to explore our 18th-century city! An Annual Pass also gets you access to our two world-class Art Museums, complimentary shuttle service, as well as discounts on store purchases, food and beverage, evening programs, tickets for family and friends, costume rentals AND Busch Gardens and Water Country USA tickets.
Octagonal Tea Chest, $90.00
In the 18th century, precious items such as tea, were kept under lock and key. This reproduction of an antique octagonal tea caddy made between 1740-1760 features solid brass fittings, mahogany wood, and delicate curves.
Women's Reeded Sterling Silver C-Band Bracelet, $89.00
Handmade in Virginia, this sterling silver cuff bracelet is perfect for any time of day. This item can also be personalized with a monogram, initial, or sentimental inscription. Bracelet is also available in children's sizes. A Williamsburg exclusive!
Ticket to Thomas Jefferson's Palace Garden Party, $100.00
For the garden lover, dancer, or 18th-century enthusiast in your life, we recommend tickets to Mr. Jefferson's Palace Garden Party. You'll enjoy traditional music, dancing, theatrics, games, libations, and fireworks. Hosted by Thomas Jefferson himself!
Season Pass to Liberty Ice Pavilion, $100.00
Located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg's Merchants Square, Liberty Ice Pavilion is our winter wonderland. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the season, holiday caroling, and take unlimited spins on the ice.