Your visit to Colonial Williamsburg isn’t complete without the freedom to explore. We invite you to join us on one of more than 20 guided and self-guided tours—included in your admission ticket—offered daily. Enter into the homes and gardens of Williamsburg’s 18th-century residents, get a firsthand perspective from a curator, or see the city by foot on a walking tour.
Everyone loves a haunted tale! Bring the entire family for all of the phantom fun with none of the nightmares. Enjoy this 45-minute tour of traditional ghost stories with a Colonial Williamsburg flavor. Recommended for families with children ages 4 – 7.
Wander the streets and gardens of Colonial Williamsburg's historic area while our guide conjures stories of spirits who still call Williamsburg home. For an engaging hour, listen to true tales of unnerving experiences shared by employees, residents, and guests: modern ghost stories featuring lost love, murder, betrayal, and things that go bump in the night! Recommended for families with children ages 8 and up.
The ONLY Colonial Williamsburg ghost tour that goes inside the historic buildings! This unique storytelling experience brings the past to life (and death) with ghostly tales of hauntings and horrors spun directly from 18th century sources. Wear your walking shoes!
Recommended for ages 13 and older. Please check out the Official Ghost Walk Junior for the kids amongst you!
You can learn a lot about a person from the things they own. Discover what you can learn about George Washington from objects associated with or owned by him.
Come stroll through the Rockefellers' garden at Bassett Hall! An interpreter shares stories about the family's visits in the 1930s and '40s, the flora and fauna they loved, the landscape architect who designed the gardens, and the events that unfolded under the Great Oak.
Discover whimsical and fascinating paintings, sculpture, and textiles from Mrs. Rockefeller's collection on this guided tour. These pieces are the basis of the museum's original collection.Learn More
Explore and learn on a guided tour of some of the museum's masterworks on exhibit, including paintings, ceramics, textiles, furniture, and silver.Learn More
During this guided tour, explore mourning customs and view examples of mourning jewelry, art, and textiles.
What sort of dishes did our colonial ancestors buy? Where did the ceramics come from and how were they used? Join the conversation on a guided tour.
Face your fears and phobias on a guided tour of creepy, scary, and not-so-scary museum objects.Learn More
Join us for an in-depth tour of 18th- and early 19th-century furniture including rare baroque, rococo and neo-classical tables, chairs, chests, desks and upholstered pieces.Learn More
Annual, Good Neighbor, and Collegiate pass holders must purchase tickets by calling or in person at a ticketing location to receive their discount.