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Colonial Williamsburg is the only place that takes you back in time to the dawn of America. This isn't just a place where things once happened. They're happening, right now, here in the 18th century. We're the place where the idea of our country is...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
101 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185-4565
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Our day touring Colonial Williamsburg was filled with relaxing strolls, beautiful scenery, and interesting conversations about Williamsburg’s history. All of the staff are very kind and incredibly informed. Had no trouble with parking and found delicious food in the neighboring markets.
We enjoyed our trip to Colonial Williamsburg for the most part. I was disappointed that several things requiring a ticket were closed due to power outage. While weather cannot be controlled, I felt we should have been informed when purchasing our tickets. We did get...More
Colonial Williamsburg is over 300 acres that house a replica of the original colony at Williamsburg. They have busses that pick you up and let you off at several sites. You do not need a ticket unless you want to go inside the buildings. You...More
Colonial Williamsburg had gone to exceptional lengths to restore the colonial village of Williamsburg, Virginia. If they can't get it right, it isn't done. Just walking on Duke of Gloucester Street you can feel history come alive with horse-drawn carriages and wagons and the occasional...More
My companion and I got tickets for $41 each, good through the end of the year. We took advantage of them, spending a full 2-1/2 days at the park, and walking up to 6 miles a day! The crafts demonstrations, lectures, plays,foods, and restored building...More
Everyone who visits Colonial Williamsburg will learn something about pre-war for independence colonial Virginia. No matter how learned you may think you are, you will still learn something new. I never knew that history was so fluid and always changing.
Colonial Williamsburg is a total delight, fabulous, interesting and so well presented, yes we loved it! I had read about Williamsburg years ago and have wanted to visit it for years and it did not disappoint, it was far better than I imagined. I had...More
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You can walk the street free of charge anytime. But if you want to enter buildings/museums than you have to have a pass. From the visitor center I think it’s not a bad walk but there are shuttles that you might need the... More
You can walk the street free of charge anytime. But if you want to enter buildings/museums than you have to have a pass. From the visitor center I think it’s not a bad walk but there are shuttles that you might need the pass for.