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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 by the state:
Outdoor sites will also reopen to guests, including Carpenter’s Yard, Randolph Yard, Colonial Garden, Magazine Yard, Armoury Yard, Brickyard, Wythe Yard, Custis Square (including tours), and retail location Market Square.
As excited as the staff at Colonial Williamsburg is to welcome back the guests it misses so much, you may find this to be a different experience than before. Safety measures will be taken seriously, and you will be asked to work with staff to protect everyone’s health and safety.
As business demand returns, more dining and hospitality properties are anticipated to reopen, as well.
More than ever, everyone’s understanding and support are appreciated during this time! Every decision made and precaution put in place has been done with the goal to keep everyone safe so they can enjoy life together once again!
If you’re excited that Colonial Williamsburg is open on a limited scale, get your summer 2020 tickets to right here, and check back for more updates!