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Colonial Williamsburg

101 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185-4565
+1 855-392-8473
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101 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185-4565
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+1 855-392-8473

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a group of junior/seniors from Idaho there in May. Rained the two days we were there, but being from Idaho, the 19 of us still enjoyed the historical community. Seeing the area, the historic community, and re-enactments taking place brought the earlier development...More

Thank jkjkbettis
Reviewed yesterday

Walk to streets into the past. A simple way of life long forgotten. Choose to be a Patriot, Loyalist, or Colonist in the fight for our Independence.

Thank histgeek17
Reviewed yesterday

Several blocks of original or reconstructed buildings designed to transport you back to 1770's. See the house where Thomas Jefferson studied; see the Virginia Legislature where many founding father's argued the points of England's increasing demands on the colonists. My favorite stops were the wheelwrights...More

Thank Wendy N
Reviewed yesterday

Great to learn about our country's history, not hard to imagine what life in colonial time was like, this is a most visit spot in Virginia

Thank AlCifuentes
Reviewed yesterday

This was the most relaxing day we spent on our trip. The employees at the visitor center were so great and the place was a trip back in time. I would recommend going to the merchant shops area and try out the wine and cheese...More

2  Thank Kimberly C
Reviewed yesterday

We had a wonderful time in colonial Williamsburg. We took our time and checked out all of the buildings. Even took a ghost tour one night. Well worth the visit. Get the week long pass so you can go at anytime. We did the triangle...More

Thank Kim S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We bought a two day pass to williamsburg but only ended up going once. Admission us pricey, over $50, and there were very few free events available the day we went. Also there weren't many actors around to talk with. Many buildings were closed in...More

Thank Pat D
Reviewed yesterday

We visited Colonial Williamsburg on one of the hottest days of the year. It was 100 in the shade. Got to really give it to the people in authentic period attire. We walked the entire area and ended up at the gift shops ( which...More

Thank Mark W
Reviewed yesterday

We spent two days in Colonial Williamsburg and enjoyed every minute of it. Staff are excellently trained and very knowledable about the history of the place. It is a joy to talk to them and a fantastic opportunity to learn about the early days of...More

Thank A B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very quaint and interesting tourist spot. Learned a lot and enjoyed the leisurely stroll through the village. Lots of walking and stops along the way. Very historical and educational.

Thank Scott S
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Sandy J
We are planning on stopping on our way to FL in mid Nov. Will most of the attractions be open then?
3 May 2017|
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Response from rebzim51 | Reviewed this property |
Some of the houses will not be open. However, the main buildings are open. you will get the added bonus of the Christmas decorating will be up. very pretty.
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Allan W
We are travelling in mid June with two grandchildren, 7 and 10, so we are conscious of what will interest them. Does anyone care to recommend which ticket is best? I know you can walk the grounds but is the sampler ticket best given the age of our group. Opinions appreciated.
1 May 2017|
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Response from Heather F | Reviewed this property |
I would go the sampler. Any more and the kids will begin to protest that it's boring. Go to the magazine and the blacksmith with them. Do houses that have action, animals, etc. when we went the magazine had an Indian... More
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Erin D
Do you need to get reservations in advance or can you get tickets the day you want to go? We are going in Mid July and I am not familiar with how it works visiting Colonial Williamsburg. We aren't sure our week's plans yet but wanted to make sure we didn't miss out on visiting Colonial Williamsburg.
28 April 2017|
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Response from GJC1959 | Reviewed this property |
Colonial Williamsburg is open to wander around in free of charge. However to get into the houses and see the demonstrations etc. you do need a ticket which you can get on the day. If you want to eat there or go in any of the... More
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