To thank the dedicated men and women who have worn the uniform to defend America, we offer these exclusive military discounts.
The Honoring Service to America complimentary admission program permits any U.S. active-duty military, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guard personnel to one complimentary admission per year.
This offer is valid for one visit per year for military personnel and as many as three direct dependents.
No. Only U.S. active duty military qualify for complimentary admission.
You may purchase additional single-day tickets for direct dependents at a 50% discount.
Yes, but this will use the service member's free tickets for the year.
The primary caregiver should visit the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center and they will make accommodations for minor dependents. Proof of military status and deployment is required.
No. This program only applies to members of the United States military.
Blue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and museums across America.
Through this program, active-duty military and their families can enjoy free admission to our two world-class art museums, Memorial Day through Labor Day.
10% off price of all Colonial Williamsburg hotel rooms. Based upon availability.
10% off food and beverage at Colonial Williamsburg restaurants.
A government per diem is available at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites for groups of 10 or more. Based upon availability.
Success on the battlefield depends greatly on the discipline of the soldiers and the order in which they execute their tactics and field maneuvers. Come witness a demonstration of these tactics that are crucial to success in combat.
Gather for a modern service honoring military veterans who died serving their country. A procession with fifes and drums proceeds from the Palace to Bruton Parish Church and the south lawn of the Capitol. Wreaths will be laid, prayers given, and volleys fired at each stop to honor Revolutionary War and Civil War dead who were interred near each site.
The Veterans Day March is an afternoon procession and ceremony featuring the Colonial Williamsburg Fifes & Drums, Military Programs staff, and area veteran groups. Commemorative service is held behind the Courthouse after the march.