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Virginia Living Museum

The Virginia Living Museum is just 20 minutes south of King’s Creek in Williamsburg, Virginia, and makes a wonderful day trip if you’re in the Historic Triangle for an extended visit. The VLM offers incredible educational resources for any age. Amazing events and exhibits are held throughout the year, all aimed at observing, interacting with, […]

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Free Online Resources for American History

Are you a parent or a teacher? If so, we SALUTE YOU for the journey you’re about to go on this school year. Listen. This year is going to be tough for everyone—teachers, parents, and especially kids. As we find ourselves treading these uncharted waters, we think it’s important for everyone to just take a second and […]

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Colonial Williamsburg is Open on a Limited Scale

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 […]

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Our Favorite Historical Instagram Accounts

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 […]

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How to Enjoy Williamsburg During Quarantine

How are you doing? We hope you’re hanging in there and not feeling too stir crazy! But if you are, help is here. Even though you can’t enjoy Williamsburg’s living history museum in person right now, there are still a lot of ways to stay connected and entertained from home! Keep reading for our tips […]

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