Some sites close for scheduled maintenance after the holidays, which is why we offer a discounted winter ticket. Please note that the Governor’s Palace is closed Jan. 6 - 17, the Capitol is closed Jan. 20 - 31, and R. Charlton’s Coffeehouse is closed Feb. 3 - 14.
There’s still plenty to enjoy! Visit tradespeople in their shops, explore the Magazine, discover something new at Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg (open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday), shop our signature stores, and enjoy comfort food at Chowning’s Tavern!
Check in at the Visitor’s Center for help planning your day.
Planning a visit this January? Check out our special winter discount on single-day and multi-day tickets.
Select “Winter Single-day Ticket” from the drop down above to visit for a single day January 2 through January 31, 2020. To purchase tickets for after January 31, select “Single-day Ticket 2020.”
Explore all the Colonial Williamsburg historic sites and trade shops, including our two art museums, and enjoy the convenience of our complimentary shuttle service.
Select “Winter Multiday Ticket” from the drop down above to visit for three (3) consecutive days between January 2 and January 31, 2020. To purchase tickets for after January 31, select “Multiday Ticket 2020.”
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 any three (3) consecutive days.
Join us February 7-9, 2020 for Colonial Fashion Days, a weekend celebrating flashy florals and fancy footwear in anticipation of Mr. Jefferson’s Palace Garden Party. Enjoy themed programming throughout the Historic Area and at The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, including entertainment showcases, guided tours, immersive workshops, and more.Learn More
Take advantage of the long weekend to visit the place where it all began. Before they were presidents, Virginians George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison were shaped by their experiences in Williamsburg. Meet them and discover the roles that each played in Virginia’s colonial capitol and how that prepared them to be Commanders in Chief.
More than half of 18th-century Williamsburg residents were African American. Almost all were enslaved. Join us during Black History Month as we explore the stories of those who lived, loved, and strove to create a better future for themselves and the next generation.
To experience all that the Historic Area has to offer, including tours of original 18th-century buildings, personal interaction with townspeople, vibrant gardens, two museums, and so much more—you’ll need an admission ticket.Buy Online
Enjoy Colonial Williamsburg to the fullest with a stay at one of our six unique hotel properties. They are conveniently located within and surrounding the Historic Area, just minutes from all the action.Book Now