In 18th-century Williamsburg, music was the accompaniment to daily living. Unlike Palace Concerts, live music performances after hours at the Colonial Capitol were open to the public. Join our Governor’s Musick Ensemble in the resonant Hall of Burgesses for a special evening of chamber music.
Parking near the Historic Area is recommended. If you plan to park at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, please check the bus schedule.
Evening Program: Capitol Concert
Evening Program: To Hang a Pirate
Join us in a trial of a Blackbeard crew member that occurred in Williamsburg in 1719. Hear the evidence and make a judgment!
Open to the Public
Evening Program: Adventures!
History is an adventure. Learn about how citizens of Williamsburg lived, worked, and played in the 18th century through many exciting and silly adventures!
Performance: Two Steps Forward…
Hear different stories of the people and events that shaped America’s early history through their own actions and choices.