Colonial Williamsburg ~ Where History Comes to Life

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Tour C1: Wednesday April 20 1:00 pm Depart Fort Magruder Hotel.

Tour C4: Sunday April 24 8:30 am Depart Fort Magruder Hotel

Colonial Connections Guide will meet guests at the hotel to caravan by private vehicles to Colonial Williamsburg.

America’s largest living history museum. From 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the political, CWtour2social and cultural capital of Britain’s largest, wealthiest and most populous colony. Colonial Williamsburg encompasses over 500 buildings and 180 acres of magnificent gardens. In the shops, taverns, government buildings, homes and streets George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, George Mason and other Virginia Patriots debated the   ideas – liberty, independence, and personal freedoms – that led to the founding of American democracy. Interaction with hundreds of costumed interpreters of varied age, race, and social position provides a first-hand view of live when the town was the capitol of the Virginia colony.

After the tour guests can return to hotel on their own or plan to spend time in Merchants Square located directly adjacent to the Historic Area where over 40 locally-owned shops and restaurants await.

Package includes:

4 hour admission tickets to enter and visit all buildings in Colonial Williamsburg; Narrated guided walking tour; All tour services, guides, applicable taxes and fees plus guide gratuity.CWtour3

(One guide per each 28 people)