Project Description

Colonial Williamsburg

3 DAY TRIP INCLUDES

  • Historic Williamsburg
  • Bruton Parish Church
  • House of Burgesse
  • Jamestown Settlement
  • Yorktown Victory Center

ADD ON

  • Busch Gardens
  • Richmond
  • Monticello
  • Washington DC

Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the world. Presenting a part of the New World’s outpost empire, Williamsburg civilians of the present into the past to experience the ways of the old days. Costumed interpreters tell the stories of men and women in the 18th century that fought for liberty and equality in revolutionary times. Black, white, native american, slave, indentured servant, and free characters express the challenges they faced and the hardships they overcame in order to get to where we are today.

Historic Williamsburg

Our mission is to be a center for history and citizenship, encouraging national and international audiences to learn from the past through the preservation, restoration, and presentation of 18th-century Williamsburg and the study, interpretation, and teaching of America’s founding democratic principles.

House of Burgesse

George Washington served in the Virginia House of Burgesses for fifteen years before the American Revolution

Jamestown Settlement

Our mission is to be a center for history and citizenship, encouraging national and international audiences to learn from the past through the preservation, restoration, and presentation of 18th-century Williamsburg and the study, interpretation, and teaching of America’s founding democratic principles.

Yorktown Victory Center

Take a journey of historic proportions at Jamestown Settlement and the new American Revolution Museum at Yorktown – two living-history museums that explore the story of America’s beginnings, from the founding of America’s first permanent English colony in 1607 to the Revolution and the establishment of a new nation almost two centuries later. Discover artifact-filled exhibition galleries and take part in activities in outdoor living-history areas to learn about life in the 17th and 18th centuries. Explore a variety of ticket options to visit Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Bruton Parish Church

After Middle Plantation, between the York and James Rivers, was “laid out and paled in” in 1633, a parish with the same name was established. Colonists soon built a church, but no one knows when or where.