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Colonial Nursery

Colonial Nursery

Heirloom seeds and plants, herbs, flowers, seasonal greens, wreaths, 18th-century clay flowerpots, and bird bottles.

Silver jewelry from the Golden Ball

Golden Ball

Beautifully crafted jewelry, including bespoke pieces created by the Colonial Williamsburg Trades silversmiths.

Greenhow Store Interior

John Greenhow Store

“If I do not offer it, you do not need it.” – John Greenhow

Mary Dickinson Shop

Mary Dickinson Shop

18th-century fashions including petticoats, short gowns, cloaks, mitts, caps, and more

market house

Market House

The commercial and social heart of the City, an open-air market selling fresh food, toys, and housewares.

Post Office

Post Office

Treasures for the bibliophile – stationery, books, ink & quills, prints, and more.

Prentis Store

Prentis Store

Hand crafted, unique items, many made by our skilled tradespeople using 18th-century tools and techniques, plus men’s apparel and Native American pieces.

Tarpley's Store

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 interior of the William Pitt Shop

William Pitt Store

Children’s colonial clothing, hats, toys, games, and books.