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Colonial Williamsburg
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#1 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
The historic Old Town Williamsburg is an absolute must see! Lots of history from the Revolutionary War era with loads of sites to see! Do yourself a favor and purchase a week long pass at the Visitor's Center to a...
Take a horse drawn carriage ride thru the historic streets, Ice Skate at the rink on the main street, view the many kinds of Christmas wreaths on display, visit the William & Mary bookstore, take the bus from the...
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#2 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Amazing Historic Site
The George Wythe House, located in Colonial Williamsburg, is one of the precious few original buildings at this historic site.
#3 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
We, an extended family from 84 to 8, enjoyed every bit...the NPS visitor center and intro presentation, the NPS museum, walking the site self-guided (2 Bald Eagles, too), the Archaeological museum, and best of all...
A beautiful, authentic restoration of the famous Jamestown colony, complete with informative signs, beautiful sights, and an artifacts museum (admission free w/ your ticket).
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#4 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Very interesting view of the Rockefeller family and how they got involved in the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg.
The guide was extremely knowledgeable about this very interesting site.
#5 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
All sights in Colonial Williamsburg are excellent, but touring this palace and gardens was a highlight!
Very well done and recreated and it gives you a wonderful view into how the upper crust lived in Williamsburg in the late 16th, early 17th century.
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#6 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
... that is still active, you will be amazed at the simplicity and awed by the history behind the church from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson attending services to the largest colonial burial site in virginia.
We were visiting Colonial Williamsburg to see the sights and learn the history ... and saw that the church was the location of a viola, harpsichord and organ recital.
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#7 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Historical site with lots of history
The view from the Wren building to the Capitol is spectacular.
#8 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Great trees, even a modest amount of hilly terrain for the dedicated walker; a couple of ponds and creek views.
... to install an honor system and its signature building, the Sir Christopher Wren Building located at the entrance to the campus, is the oldest college building in the country and a National Historical Landmark.
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#9 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Nestled between the settlement and historic sites the glass house offers a glimpse at how things were made....but the real gem is the working glass works with glass blowing and shop where you an buy glasswares mad...
The reproduction of a Colonial glasshouse on the site of an actual early colonial glasshouse provides an educational experience as well as the opportunity to acquire some nice pieces created there!
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#10 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
The nearby National Park Site offers an excellent archeological based tour of the original settlement site that brings history to life - highly recommend seeing the NPS site after visiting the recreated settlement...
The Jamestown Settlement visitor center is well-designed, so after buying your ticket in the lobby, see the informative film and give yourself plenty of time to view the excellent museum galleries that explain hum...
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#11 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
If you get tired there is a good cafe on site for a rejuvenating snack and drink.
A concise view of how the mentally ill were treated in early America
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#12 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Parishioners have been asked to park off-site and take a trolley for the Easter Masses.
Not sure I would make a special trip to view the church but a great place to take the family to mass.
Colonial Parkway Yorktown 3.8 km away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Yorktown
The Colonial Parkway is a pleasant scenic drive that connects Yorktown (with its historic battlefields and York River) with Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown, site of early settlement in America.
There are areas where you can pull off the main road as well and enjoy beautiful views of the James and York Rivers and several other wetland areas which attract many species of birds and their nesting sites, incl...
#13 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Current building third on site .....
Visiting Williamsburg means not just seeing the architecture, but each site also presents important glimpses of history by interpreters or, in this case, an interactive play.
#14 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Williamsburg
Ideal site for photo ops for Christmas cards and other family memories.
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