Celebrate the anniversary of the nation's birth in the 18th Century City! Join Colonial Williamsburg for a special militia muster. Enjoy a salute to the 13 original states, featuring music performed by the Fifes and Drums, a display of the flags of each state, and the firing of muskets and cannon. The day concludes with fireworks visible from both Market Square and Palace Green.
Our Multiday Ticket gives three days to explore. Even better? This all-inclusive ticket also gets you 10% off most tours, evening programs, and carriage rides.
The Williamsburg Lodge boasts world-class restaurants and convenient access to the Historic Area, spa, and golf amenities. Admission discounts and special events are just some of the benefits you'll enjoy as a guest.
Head to Chowning's Tavern for a menu of colonial-inspired favorites and specialty beer, like our own Old Stitch and Dear Old Mum. Join us for table games after 5 p.m.
The American colonies' first purpose-built theater opened on this site before 1720. Today, you can take in a lively performance on an open-air stage. See the calendar of events for schedule.
Treat the animal lover in your life to this one-hour walking tour of Colonial Williamsburg’s modern stables and Rare Breeds Program. You’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at our facilities, learn more about our carriages, and get up close and personal with some of our animals.
Venture through private garden gates to explore restored 18th-century gardens. Learn the archaeological and historical evidence used to re-create these lush retreats. Exclusively for annual pass holders and hotel guests.
After sundown, Williamsburg's haunted history comes out! During this one-hour walking tour, enter haunted properties and meet people who lived to tell of their experiences with the supernatural.... You may even meet ghostly inhabitants themselves! Each tour involves a different cast of characters. This program is not appropriate for young children.
Open through 2018. A never before exhibited superlative collection of printed textiles that range in date from the late 17th century into the 19th century.