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Give Thanks in Colonial Williamsburg

As we begin to reflect on what we’re grateful for, a few things remain constant: our family, our friends, shelter over our heads, and food on our plates. Thanksgiving week is full of festive events for the whole family, and where better to celebrate and share the season’s traditions than the home of living history? […]

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Williamsburg Scavenger’s Hunt

If there’s one thing we know for certain, it’s that Williamsburg is the perfect Autumn destination. There’s no shortage of Fall activities when you venture to Historic Triangle, in fact, the hardest part is trying to pack in all of what you’d like to see in just a few short days. That’s why we’ve created a […]

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Your Ticket to Colonial Williamsburg

When you stay at King’s Creek in Williamsburg, Virginia, you have access to a spectrum of unique experiences—from thrilling rides at an award-winning theme park to the chance to step back in time at the country’s largest living history museum. In Colonial Williamsburg, a 300-acre American history museum, there is so much to see, do, […]

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October Events at Jamestown

Though much has changed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, life is far from cancelled. We just had to figure out how to adapt! Hint, hint..  our secret is embracing October Events at Jamestown! On October 23 and 24, Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown are hosting Family Frights at Jamestown Settlement, […]

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History of Halloween

Halloween kicks off what is arguably the most tradition-packed time of year for Americans. Everyone remembers their own childhood Halloween traditions, and as they make families of their own, new traditions are added to the old, and the holiday continues to evolve. While it may be well-know what your family tradition have been, many don’t […]

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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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