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Enjoy the Spring Gardens!

Colonial Williamsburg is known for its beautiful english-style gardens. With the warmer temperatures this winter, the gardens are ready for spring viewing a bit earlier this year. You’ll love to see the beautiful flowers, both the traditional and the unusual,…

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Women in History Month

Colonial Williamsburg is spending the month of March celebrating women’s roles in history. As visitors walk through the restored area, they can meet actors portraying women from colonial times. Some of the women highlighted are Catherine Blaikley, a midwife who…

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New Years Eve Fun For The Family!

First Night has become a favorite family tradition in Williamsburg! Ring in the New Year with entertainment appropriate for all ages. Over 25 musicians and entertainers will perform in locations throughout downtown and the William and Mary campus. Admission is…

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Haunted Tours

Haunted tours don’t end when October does! You can still enjoy all the scary fun into the month of November. Colonial Williamsburg books haunted tours throughout November. Check out their web site for more information.Edgewood Plantation is hosting a haunted…

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9-11 Tenth Anniversary Event

Colonial Williamsburg and the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance are sponsoring a 9-11 Remembrance and Freedom Walk on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011. It starts at Merchants Square at 1:00 pm. The community is invited to join in as the…

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VA Shakespeare Festival

As I have said before, The Shakespeare Festival is one of my all-time favorite summer events in Williamsburg. Now playing is Hamlet, one of Shakespeare’s best known plays and possibly the best ghost story ever told! Held at The College…

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