Colonial Williamsburg Holiday Events

I grew up in Williamsburg and nothing compares to spending Christmas in this magical place! The decorations are always amazing and represent Christmas in a way that no modern LED lights can touch. No matter whether you have a little time or a lot of time to spend in town, I recommend walking around the restored area and taking in the sights. The beautiful decorations of real fruit and greenery are everywhere. There are also many musical events, and do try to make a church service at Bruton Parish Church if possible. Celebrating with a Tavern meal is also so fun and festive. Listed below are just a few of the events coming up this Saturday, December 24th.- Walking Tours of Decorations on Dec. 24th; 9:15/ 11:00/ 1:30/ 3:15 Tickets at Lumber House Ticket Office.- 12 Days of Christmas Holiday Program at DeWitt Wallace Museum; 10:30/ 12:30- Crystal Carols Program at Kimball Theatre; 11:30/ 1:30- Holiday Tea with Dickens at Williamsburg Lodge; 2:30- Christmas Tree Illumination Program at Chownings Tavern; 4-5 pm- Firing of the Guns on Duke of Gloucester Street; 5-5:30 pmOn Sunday, Christmas Day:- Christmas Day Brunch at Williamsburg Lodge served 10 am -2 pm- Christmas Breakfast served at Shields Tavern, Campbells Tavern, and Kings Arms TavernPlease visit www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/christmas for more information, or call 1-800-HISTORY