How do we know about the people who lived and worked at Custis Square? How do we know what Williamsburg's first Baptist Meeting House looked like? Find the answers to these questions and more by joining a guided tour of the Colonial Williamsburg Archaeology Lab! See archaeological objects, hear about current excavations and curatorial efforts, and find out how nearly 100 years of archaeological discoveries shed new light on our colonial past and inform the stories told at Colonial Williamsburg, past, present, and future.
Free reservation required. Space is limited for this program. To book your reservation, please visit a ticket office or call our Guest Services at (888) 965-7254. Not wheelchair accessible.
Dates & Times
Tour: Archaeology Behind-the-Scenes
Family Workshop: Joiner
Craftspeople have used math to create works of art. With a simple straight edge and compass, we will demonstrate exercises used to create simple geometric forms.
Open to the Public
Music: In the Wythe Parlor
Join members of the Governor’s Musick in the Wythe House Parlor as domestic music is performed on period instruments.
Music: Composed in Early America
Join Kyle Collins, Governor's Musick keyboardist, and discover lesser-known solo keyboard works composed in early America, performed on Colonial Williamsburg's Organized Piano.
Art Museums Admission