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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
AMF Williamsburg Lanes
This was the hottest spot during the May 5, 1862, battle that challenged the Confederate rear guard as that army withdrew from its Peninsula lines ...
Brafferton was originally constructed in 1723 for use as an Indian school. During the Civil War, the building was used as quarters for commanding ...
Bruton Parish Church, one of the area's oldest churches, was used as a hospital before, during and after the Battle of Williamsburg. The cemetery ...
Busch Gardens offers a diverse group of thrills for the whole family. With exhilarating roller coasters, tasty dining options, animal encount...
Chickahominy Water Trail
Starting in early 1861, the entire city of Williamsburg was transformed into an armed camp. After the Battle of Williamsburg, the city was occupied ...
Dr. Robert M. Garrett treated wounded Union and Confederate soldiers on the front lawn of his Williamsburg home....
Colonial Heritage Golf Club
Discover Colonial Williamsburg
Become a citizen of the Revolutionary City and engage with the local community and ex...
The club is dedicated to the art of Live Standup Comedy and every week they will feature a new rotation of the finest comedy acts that are currentl...
The Civil War holdings of the library are comprehensive. Scholars interested in social issues and civilian affairs may find this guide especially ...
Fords Colony Golf Club
The center of the Williamsburg Line guarding the juncture of two roads leading from the lower Peninsula to Richmond. It was the scene of fierce ...
As a teenager Victoria King stood in front of the George Reid House handing out food to Confederate soldiers on May 5, 1862. Upon seeing her, Gener...
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