Imagine jumping into a living, breathing 18th- century city complete with the people, places, and mindsets of the time.
This is Colonial Williamsburg, where the idea of America is taking shape.
This is the place to immerse yourself in the culture of the dawn of America.
Walk the halls where colony representatives struggled with the British governor over the meaning of liberty.
Tour the magnificent home of Virginia’s royal governors, Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson.
Witness how the needs of the army were supplied in this industrial complex that includes the blacksmith, tin shop, and leather works.
DEWITT WALLACE DECORATIVE ART MUSEUM
From furniture and firearms to prints, textiles, and paintings, this museum houses the largest collections of southern furniture and American and British antiques around the world.
ABBY ALDRICHROCKFELLER FOLK ART MUSEUM
With one of the world’s largest collections of folk art, this museum features carvings, pictures, toys, needlework, and other works reflecting everyday American culture.
Wander the streets of the Historic Area while the guides tell stories of spirits that still call Colonial Williamsburg home.
Take a charming trip around the city in a historic horse-drawn carriage.