The regal Palace of the royal governor comes to life as Colonial Williamsburg's early music ensemble, the Governor's Musick, offers an elegant evening of holiday chamber music showcasing 17th- and 18th-century music for harpsichord, voice, flute, and strings. The concert repertoire is custom-crafted for each series and varies throughout the year. The program includes music known in Virginia as well as music from Europe. Not appropriate for children the age of six and under.
Pictures of West Africa
Join Harold Caldwell, apprentice carpenter, as he shares a pictorial of the connected 18th-century African and Virginian history, while tying it to a modern understanding.
Art Museums Admission
Popular Science: Enlightenment for Home Educators
Engage in the 18th-century pastime of natural philosophy or scientific observation.
Holiday Choral Concert - Salisbury Presbyterian Choir
Celebrate the season with a concert by the Salisbury Presbyterian Church Choir from Midlothian, Virginia, directed by Mark Patterson.
Open to the Public