Keep reading to see parents share their favorite shows for toddlers (kids love them, too)! Let’s be honest. To get through this past vacationless year, you’ve had to watch a lot of TV with your kids. If you are a parent to anyone under the age of 10, you are familiar with shows like Paw […]
We’ve written about our favorite history accounts on Instagram before, like @historyblackandwhite and @historycolored. We have always lived in the belief that history is fun, and these 4 new history Instragram accounts each have their own unique awesome qualities. What’s also great about this is that you can share your favorite posts with friends and […]
Ever wonder about how trick-or-treating came to be? Now we know that Halloween originated with Samhain, a 2,000-year-old Celtic festival where agricultural communities would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off spirits and pay homage to the dead every October 31. Then the Romans took over the Celts, and in the eighth century, Pope […]
As the state gradually reopens for business, phase two signals the reopening of important sites in the Historic Triangle. The world’s largest living history museum has opened to the public— yes, that’s right, Colonial Williamsburg is open on a limited scale. Each of the following sites has reopened in accordance with site-specific safety protocols required […]
Woohoo! Jamestown reopens this month! As Virginia moves into phase two of its plan, Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown are anticipated to reopen on Wednesday, June 24! Of course, adjustments have been made to museum operations to ensure the safety of visitors to this important historic site. Enhanced cleaning and social-distancing […]
Ready to mix things up? Keep reading for four free ways to spruce up your space… Have you watched and re-watched everything on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime? Read every book, magazine and cereal box in your house? Have you had your fill of banana-flavored baked goods? Not in the mood to work on your […]
Are you doing a lot more scrolling on your phone lately? No judgement here! No one can keep kids focused on arts and crafts for 10 hours! If you know anything about the folks of Williamsburg, you know we strongly believe that history is fun. That’s why we rounded up five of our favorite historical […]
Autumn marks the transition of summer into winter. This means cooler temperatures, the duration of daylight becoming noticeably shorter and leaves begin falling from the trees. But often times it feels like there’s more than chilly temperatures that fill the air…
It’s that time of year again—when the goons and goblins come out to play! If you’re already anxiously awaiting Halloween, Howl-O-Scream is just what you need to lift your spirits. From September 14-October 27, Busch Gardens’ theme park will be SCARY fun!
*Warning: this is not for the little ghouls or the hallo-weenies! Be ready for the park’s elevated scare factor!
Williamsburg has some great choices when it comes to pumpkin patches, corn mazes and more! Here are our favorites: