Meet with Robert Carter III, who in 1791 owned more enslaved people than any other Virginian. His inner struggles and new-found faith will lead him to an extraordinary decision, followed by an equally remarkable action. Knowing what is right and then doing it was just as difficult in the 18th century as it is today, but not for those who truly believe that "all things are possible."
Dates & Times
Performance: All Things Are Possible
Tour: Talk of the Town Christmastide
With an 18th-century resident as your guide, walk about Williamsburg and experience the Christmastide season through their eyes.
Conversation: Farming with George Washington
Meet George Washington at our Ewing Field where you can discuss farming practices, innovation, and the importance of agriculture to society.
Music: Governor's Musick in the Geddy House
Join members of the Governor’s Musick in the Geddy House as they illustrate domestic music on period instruments.