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The Sir Christopher Wren building, the oldest college building in America, is one of several historical attractions on the campus of this second-oldest university in the U.S., which boasts four U.S. presidents among its graduates.
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If you are looking for a Liberal education, this is the place. I am sure the students and staff are sorry that their annual sex worker show no longer goes on. The tripe that comes out of the college is amazing. It is a great...More
The College of William and Mary is fun to walk around and see the old architecture and beautiful grounds. There are paths around most of the campus lined with big old trees and benches in many spots.
On weekends, you may find something going on...More
We found on street parking nearby, and wandered the grounds, then visited the Wren Building and read all the plaques to students and graduates involved in wars from 1700s to present. A very special tribute.
Walked around the grounds of the college. The brick is lovely and the buildings are beautiful. Would like to have seen the inside of some of the buildings, but they were closed for the holiday. Lovely grounds with a huge live oak tree.
The college has great history and beauty but did not have a lot to offer the casual visitor. We roamed the grounds both during the day as well as on a ghost tour at night and were told of its spirit guests - I had...More
Friends told us we had to see William and Mary College while we were visiting Colonial Williamsburg, so we took a drive around the campus. We know the historic value this college has, its connection to Thomas Jefferson, and we appreciate it. We were struck...More
William and Mary is great to drive thru the campus and the Wren House at the end of Duke of Glouster Street is soo interesting. Lots of history here. Little kids probably wouldn't be too interested but 11 and up would be. Students from the...More