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  • Historic Site: Taliaferro-Cole Stable

    Located on Nassau Street, the Taliaferro-Cole Stable is the starting location for the Bray School Community tour. Please see the …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Archaeology Project: Custis Square

    Come and see what's new at Custis Square! Archaeologists are in the midst of a five-year project investigating the Williamsburg …

  • Art Museums

    Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg

    The distinctive collections of the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum are located …

  • Parking

    Art Museums Parking

    Free parking for guests of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. During construction, the south portion of the Art Museums …

  • Information & Tickets

    Art Museums Ticket Office

    Visit the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg to purchase tickets and find information on current events and activities.

  • Recreation

    Bassett Trace Nature Trail

    Take a self-guided nature walk on this 1.4 mile trail exploring our woodlands, home to a collection of native plants …

  • Hotels

    Brick House Shop

    The Brick House Shop is a two-bedroom house located behind the main Brick House Tavern on Botetourt Street. In the …

  • Shopping

    Brick & Vine

    “Where Trend Meets Tradition”, the core of the WILLIAMSBURG® brand ethos, comes to life at our flagship store in Merchants …

  • Parking

    Bruton Heights Complex Parking

    Free parking for visitors to the Bruton Heights Complex.

  • Self-guided Sites

    Bruton Parish Church

    This 350-year-old Episcopal church has hosted many famous patriots. At the time of the Revolution the Church of England was …

  • Bus Stops

    Capitol Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Hotels

    Chiswell-Bucktrout Kitchen

    The Chiswell-Bucktrout Kitchen is a single-room dwelling located on E. Francis Street next door to the Chiswell-Bucktrout House. This property …

  • Food & Drink

    Chowning's Cider Stand

    Stop along Duke of Gloucester Street at Chowning's Tavern Cider Stand for drinks and snacks. Weather Permitting

  • Food & Drink

    Chowning's Tavern

    Gather ‘round at Chowning’s Tavern for hearty, Colonial-inspired pub fare, all served up in an authentic alehouse atmosphere. Chowning’s Tavern …

  • Food & Drink

    Chowning's Tavern Garden

    Located behind Chowning's Tavern, the Chowning's Tavern Garden provides a casual atmosphere for open air dining. Weather Permitting.

  • Parking

    Christiana Campbell's Parking

    Free parking for guests of Christiana Campbell's Tavern.

  • Food & Drink

    Christiana Campbell's Tavern

    George Washington frequented Christiana Campbell’s Tavern for its delicious seafood in the 18th century. Lively conversation and learned discussion have …

  • Hotels

    Colonial Houses

    Imagine a setting filled with authentic period reproductions such as a canopy bed and a crackling fire in the hearth. …

  • Shopping

    Colonial Williamsburg Bookstore

    Shop over 50 Colonial Williamsburg Publication titles at the Colonial Williamsburg Bookstore, plus more books written by historians whose articles …

  • Information & Tickets

    Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center

    Stop in at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center to purchase tickets and find information on current events and activities. Park …

  • Hotels

    David Morton House

    Located near Christiana Campbell's Tavern, the David Morton House lies on the corner of Waller Street and York Street. In …

  • Food & Drink

    Dubois Grocer

    Dubois Grocer is the ideal place for a mid-afternoon break while exploring the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area. Take a few …

  • Shopping

    Everything WILLIAMSBURG

    Snacks and Souvenirs - From T-shirts to toys, you’ll find a broad selection of exclusive Colonial Williamsburg logo products and …

  • Hotels

    Ewing House

    The Ewing House was owned in the 18th century by Scottish merchant Ebenezer Ewing. This property is located on E. …

  • Hotels

    Ewing Shop

    Originally owned by Ebenezer Ewing, a Scottish merchant, the Ewing Shop is a single-room dwelling located on E. Francis Street, …

  • Hotels

    Ewing Storehouse

    The Ewing Storehouse, originally owned by Scottish merchant, Ebenezer Ewing, is a single-room dwelling located on E. Francis Street, next …

  • Hotels

    George Jackson House

    Patriotic merchant George Jackson owned this property in the 18th century. Jackson is known for chartering a ship, which he …

  • Food & Drink

    Gold Course Clubhouse Grill

    Cap off a round on the Gold Course with a cold drink at the Horseshoe Bar, dine in the restaurant, …

  • Shopping

    Golden Ball

    Made Just for You – Fashionable, one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry, including traditionally-made accouterments created by our very own silversmiths just …

  • Shopping

    Golden Horseshoe Clubhouse and Golf Pro Shop - Gold Course

    Shop our great selection of apparel and top-name golfing equipment. Browse a wide array of drivers, putters, and clubs that …

  • Shopping

    Golden Horseshoe Clubhouse and Golf Pro Shop - Green Course

    Whether you're a novice or pro, we'll outfit you to take on the fairway with new balls, gloves, tees, and …

  • Parking

    Golden Horseshoe Gold Course Parking

    Free parking for guests of the Golden Horseshoe Gold Course and Clubhouse.

  • Recreation

    Golden Horseshoe Golf Club Gold Course

    Recently renovated by “the Open Doctor” Rees Jones, the Gold Course carries the design philosophy of creator Robert Trent Jones …

  • Recreation

    Golden Horseshoe Golf Club Green Course

    Opened in 1991, Rees Jones drew inspiration from his father Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s iconic Gold Course to create the …

  • Parking

    Golden Horseshoe Green Course Parking

    Free parking for guests of the Golden Horseshoe Green Course and Clubhouse.

  • Hotels

    Griffin Hotel

    Discover a getaway of spacious guest rooms with breezy balconies where you can enjoy Williamsburg's natural beauty. Imagine sitting out …

  • Parking

    Griffin Hotel Parking

    Free parking for guests of the Griffin Hotel.

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: American Indian Encampment

    Visit an interpretive camp of a small American Indian delegation in Williamsburg. Native nations came to Williamsburg regularly in the …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Capitol

    Williamsburg’s Capitol was the center of British authority in Virginia for most of the eighteenth century. It was where the …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Charlton's Coffeehouse

    Temporarily Closed. Step back into the time of the Stamp Act and learn about the fashionable world of the coffeehouse, …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Courthouse

    Experience justice in the 18th century in an original building. Discover how the courthouse connects colonists to their community.

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Everard House

    Visit the home of Thomas Everard, a wealthy planter and civic leader. One of the oldest houses in Williamsburg, the …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: George Wythe House

    Explore the Wythe House and its yard. Discuss Enlightenment thinking and the ideas that shaped the Revolution, as well as …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Governor's Palace

    What was it like to be the governor of Virginia? What was it like to serve him? The Governor’s Palace …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: Guardhouse

    The Magazine stands as a symbol of the Crown's commitment to the common defense and the expansion of its empire. …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: James Geddy House

    In the eighteenth century, the Geddy house would have been full of children laughing, learning, and playing. The Geddy family …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: Market Square

    As in the 18th century, Market Square is a hub of activity. Walk in the steps of Nation Builders as …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Peyton Randolph House

    Explore the Randolph property, home to 27 enslaved people and the Randolph family. Learn more about the paradox of American …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: Presbyterian Meetinghouse

    At a time when only the Anglican Church was Virginia's official religion, what did everyone else do on Sunday? Although …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: Public Armoury

    Witness the effort of diverse individuals to support the Revolutionary War at this industrial complex.

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: Public Gaol (Jail)

    Thieves, enslaved runaways, debtors, and political prisoners once paced the cells of the Public Gaol as they waited to be …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Raleigh Tavern

    The Raleigh Tavern served as a critical stage for Virginia's political ambitions amid intensifying debate about liberty, ultimately leading to …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Robert Carter House

    At this unfurnished 18th-century house, discover Colonial Williamsburg’s multifaceted investigative processes used to document, understand, preserve, and furnish this historic …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Historic Site: The Public Hospital of 1773

    The first American hospital devoted exclusively to treating the mentally ill. The Public Hospital of Williamsburg (also known as Eastern …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: The Rockefellers' Bassett Hall

    In 1926, John D. Rockefeller Jr. and his wife, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, were inspired by the vision so eloquently articulated …

  • Guided Sites

    Historic Site: Wetherburn's Tavern

    Merriment and conviviality were specialties of the house at Wetherburn's Tavern. Get a glimpse into the private lives of Henry …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Apothecary

    What was it like to be sick or injured in colonial times? Meet the apothecaries and learn how medicine, wellness, …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Blacksmith

    The Revolutionary War wasn't won through battles alone. To keep pace with the might of British industry, Virginia desperately needed …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Bookbinder

    Today we might take books for granted, but in colonial America only the rich could afford a large library. Binding …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Brickmaker

    During the summer, brickmakers mold and dry thousands of bricks. In the autumn, the bricks bake in a giant wood-fired …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Cabinetmaker & Harpsichord Maker

    Cabinetmakers made fashionable furniture like tables, chairs, desks, and chests of drawers. Watch expert woodworkers fashion the intricate details of …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Carpenter

    Carpentry was one of the most common trades in Williamsburg. From one end of town to another, houses, shops, sheds, …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Cook

    What did Williamsburg’s 18th-century residents eat—and how did they cook it? Visit a historic kitchen as our cooks prepare authentic …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Cooper & Wheelwright

    Wheelwrights and coopers created many of the items that colonists used every day. Wheelwrights made wheels for vehicles such as …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Engraver

    Engraving a silver or gold object would not only create a beautiful design, but would add security in the 18th …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Farmer

    Engage with our farmers as they work throughout the year to grow food for the community and to prepare the …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Founder

    Visit the founders on the site of the Geddy family home. See skilled hands at work crafting bronze, brass, silver, …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Gardener

    Watch the historic gardeners use 18th-century tools and techniques to grow herbs, vegetables, and decorative flora. Plots within the garden …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Gunsmith

    See how our gunsmiths make rifles, pistols, and fowling pieces using the tools and techniques of their 18th-century predecessors and …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Joiner

    Joiners were woodworkers who produced the finish work for buildings including doors, windows, shutters, fireplace surrounds, and built-in cupboards. Watch …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Leather Breeches Maker & Shoemaker

    How were men's shoes made before modern glues and rubber soles? Meet some of the last shoemakers who work entirely …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Milliner and Mantua-Maker

    Fancy yourself an 18th-century customer as you shop for the latest ornaments and accessories. Consult with the mantua-maker about updating …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Printer

    In an age before TV, radio, and the internet, the printed word was the primary means of long-distance mass communication. …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Silversmith

    Watch as silversmiths transform coins and outdated silverware into fashionable pieces for the dining room, parlour, and personal adornment. Silver …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Tailor

    View a variety of fabrics and garments that clothed colonial Americans, from elegant suits in the latest London styles to …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Tin Plate Worker

    Soldiers valued tinware for its durability, low cost, and light weight. To supply the army during the Revolution, Virginia's government …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Weaver

    When English imports were cut off by the Revolution, local weavers came forward to fill the need for everyday items. …

  • Trades

    Historic Trade: Wigmaker

    Routinely wearing a wig may seem strange to us, especially for men, but it communicated the wearer's elegance, his station …

  • Food & Drink

    Huzzah's Eatery

    Grab & Go. At Huzzah’s every bite tells a story of flavor and freshness. Our menu is a tantalizing journey …

  • Hotels

    Isham Goddin Shop

    This shop was owned in the 18th century by Isham Goddin, a militiaman from New Kent County. He acquired the …

  • Shopping

    John Greenhow Store

    Your Traditional General Store – Purchase fine imported porcelain, leather, pewter and tinware, food and drink, toiletries, and other essentials …

  • Food & Drink

    King's Arms Tavern

    Originally opened by Jane Vobe in 1772, this authentic reproduction public house serves up a transporting experience for the senses …

  • Hotels

    Kitchen Forge

    The Kitchen-Forge was owned in the 18th century by Dr. Philip Barraud, who had an established medical practice in town.

  • Hotels

    Lewis House

    This property was owned by Charles Lewis. In the 19th century, the house was razed. In 1948, the house was …

  • Information & Tickets

    Lumber House Ticket Office

    Visit the Lumber House to purchase admission tickets, evening programs, and carriage rides.

  • Shopping

    Market House

    Before there were malls, there were open market stands. Purchase in-season fruits and vegetables and a variety of breads for …

  • Bus Stops

    Market House Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Hotels

    Market Square Kitchen

    The Market Square Kitchen is located just behind the Market Square Tavern on Duke of Gloucester Street. The kitchen building …

  • Hotels

    Masonic Kitchen

    A T-shaped chimney now marks the spot of the 18th-century meeting place of the "ancient and loyal Society of free …

  • Food & Drink

    McKenzie Apothecary

    McKenzie Apothecary is a small counter-service concession offering freshly baked items, juices and organic soda, sandwiches, jams & honey, coffee …

  • Bus Stops

    Merchants Square Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Shopping

    Merchants Square Shops

    Unlimited memorable experiences. At Merchants Square, you'll find so much more than can fit in a shopping bag. Shared laughter …

  • Hotels

    Moody Kitchen

    The Moody Kitchen is located just behind the Moody House on E. Francis Street. The dwelling was owned in the …

  • Food & Drink

    Museum Café

    After you’ve explored the museum’s engaging exhibits and your curiosity has been satisfied, do the same with your appetite at …

  • Bus Stops

    Museums Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Shopping

    Museum Store

    After discovering treasures from centuries past in The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, stop by the Museum Store to pick …

  • Hotels

    Nicholas-Tyler Laundry

    Located on the site of the Nicholas-Tyler House, the Nicholas-Tyler Laundry is named for Robert Carter Nicholas, treasurer of the …

  • Hotels

    Nicholas-Tyler Office

    Located on the site of the Nicholas-Tyler House, the Nicholas-Tyler Office is named for Robert Carter Nicholas, treasurer of the …

  • Hotels

    Orlando Jones House

    This home is named after Orlando Jones, the grandfather of Martha Dandridge Custis, who would marry George Washington. The house, …

  • Hotels

    Orlando Jones Kitchen

    This outbuilding is located just behind the Orlando Jones House, named for Orlando Jones, the grandfather of Martha Dandridge Custis, …

  • Bus Stops

    Palace Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Hotels

    Peter Hay's Kitchen

    Peter Hay was a doctor-apothecary who owned a shop on Duke of Gloucester Street until the mid-18th century. This two-story …

  • Shopping

    Prentis Store

    18th-Century Gifts and Goods by Tradesmen - The Prentis Store showcases wares constructed using techniques of the 18th century. Available …

  • Parking

    Public Parking (P-2)

    Located at the corner of N. Henry St. & Prince George St., this lot offers the first 30 minutes free …

  • Parking

    Public Parking (P-3)

    Located near Merchants Square North, this lot offers the first 30 minutes free and $2 per hour thereafter, with a …

  • Parking

    Public Parking (P-4)

    Located at the corner of S. Henry St. & Francis St., this lot offers the first 30 minutes free and …

  • Parking

    Public Parking (P-5)

    Located near Merchants Square South, this lot offers the first 30 minutes free and $2 per hour thereafter, with a …

  • Parking

    Public Parking Paid Deck (P-1)

    $1.00 per hour; maximum $12.00 per day. Operated by the City of Williamsburg.

  • Parking

    Public Parking Paid Lot (P-6)

    This lot offers the first two hours free and $1 per hour thereafter, with a $10 maximum. Parking fees will …

  • Food & Drink

    Raleigh Tavern Bakery

    Looking for a light bite, fresh sandwiches, or freshly baked goods, then Raleigh Tavern Bakery is your next stop. Nestled …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Rare Breed: Chickens

    The Dominique chicken is one of the first breeds of chickens developed in the United States. They are small to …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Rare Breed: Horses

    American Cream Draft horses are the only breed of draft horse originating from the United States. Breed characteristics include a …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Rare Breed: Oxen

    Descended from the Red Devon breed native to Devonshire, England, diversity is the trademark of the American Milking Devon. Today, …

  • Self-guided Sites

    Rare Breed: Sheep

    A long, healthy, and lustrous coat which falls in ringlets, ease of feeding, valuable meat supply, and quick maturation are …

  • Food & Drink

    Restoration Bar at Williamsburg Inn

    Relaxed yet luxurious, The Restoration Bar retains The Williamsburg Inn’s charm and sophistication while serving up contemporary expressions of American …

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Art Museum

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Bassett Hall

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Botetourt St.

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Capitol

    Open during normal operating hours. Restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Everard House

    Open during normal operating hours. Restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Henry Street Shops

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Market House

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom, quiet room, and changing station with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Merchants Square

    Open during normal operating hours. Restrooms, family restroom, quiet room, and water bottle refill stations in addition to water fountains.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Palace

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Restrooms

    Restroom - Visitor Center

    Open during normal operating hours. Handicap accessible restroom with adjacent water fountain.

  • Hotels

    Richard Crump House

    Owned by Richard Crump in the 18th century, this house located on Francis Street would later become part of the …

  • Hotels

    Robert Carter Kitchen

    This two-story dwelling is part of the property owned in the 18th century by Robert Carter, serving as Speaker of …

  • Food & Drink

    Rockefeller Room at Williamsburg Inn

    The Williamsburg Inn is pleased to present the Rockefeller Room, the crown jewel of Abby and John D. Rockefeller Jr.’s …

  • Food & Drink

    Shields Tavern

    The term “Groaning Board,” possibly originating in the Middle Ages, described a table so laden with food that it seemed …

  • Food & Drink

    Sweet Tea & Barley

    Southern flavors shine through with the familiar, yet innovative, cuisine and casual atmosphere of Sweet Tea & Barley at the …

  • Shopping

    Tarpley, Thompson & Company Store

    Your journey into 18th century fashion starts at Tarpley, Thompson & Company store! Outfit the entire family with ready-made coats, …

  • Bus Stops

    Tavern Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Parking

    Tavern Parking

    Located near King's Arms, Shields, Chowning's, and Christiana Campbell's taverns, this lot offers the first 30 minutes free and $2 …

  • Food & Drink

    Terrace & Goodwin Rooms at Williamsburg Inn

    Relaxed yet luxurious, The Terrace & Goodwin Rooms retain The Williamsburg Inn’s charm and sophistication while serving up contemporary expressions …

  • Hotels

    The Bracken Kitchen

    The Bracken Kitchen is located just behind the Bracken Tenement on Francis Street. Owned at the end of the 18th …

  • Food & Drink

    The Cellar at Christiana Campbell's Tavern

    Step back in time and immerse yourself in the convivial charm of Colonial Williamsburg’s newest walk-in experience. Nestled beneath the …

  • Hotels

    The Quarter

    This early 19th-century cottage boasts a prominent location on E. Francis Street, just in front of the Williamsburg Inn. When …

  • Parking

    The Rockefellers' Bassett Hall Parking

    Free parking for guests touring Bassett Hall.

  • Food & Drink

    The Social Terrace

    Relaxed yet luxurious, it now serves on the Social Terrace patio of the iconic Williamsburg Inn. Delicious options are available …

  • Recreation

    The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg

    Treat both your mind and body to a rejuvenating experience at The Spa at Colonial Williamsburg. It all begins in …

  • Food & Drink

    Traditions at Williamsburg Lodge

    Carry on traditions—or start some new ones—in a comfortable and classic environment at Traditions in the Williamsburg Lodge. Chef Justin …

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Bassett Hall

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Capitol

    Snack and beverage vending machines and/or water fountain.

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Carpenter's Yard

    Snack and beverage vending machines and/or water fountain.

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Market Square

    Snack and beverage vending machines and/or water fountain.

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Palace

    Snack and beverage vending machines and/or water fountain.

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Tavern Stop

    Snack and beverage vending machines and/or water fountain.

  • Vending Machines

    Vending Machine - Visitor Center

    Snack and beverage vending machines and/or water fountain.

  • Bus Stops

    Visitor Center Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Parking

    Visitor Center Parking

    Free all-day parking for guests of Colonial Williamsburg.

  • Shopping

    William Pitt Store

    Head to the William Pitt store to discover the historic games and toys that have delighted children and families for …

  • Hotels

    Williamsburg Inn

    Experience true luxury at the newly reimagined Williamsburg Inn. Offering an all-new modern and luxury experience while staying true to …

  • Parking

    Williamsburg Inn Parking

    Free parking for Williamsburg Inn guests. Valet parking also available.

  • Shopping

    Williamsburg Inn Regency Gift Shop

    The Williamsburg Inn Regency Gift shop offers refined jewelry, home accents, personal items, locally made art, exclusive Williamsburg Inn keepsakes, …

  • Recreation

    Williamsburg Inn Tennis Club

    Get competitive in the undisturbed natural setting of the Williamsburg Inn Tennis Club. Only here will you hear the distant …

  • Hotels

    Williamsburg Lodge

    Enjoy a relaxing hotel escape in the heart of the Historic Area. Just steps from the action, the inviting lodge …

  • Bus Stops

    Williamsburg Lodge Bus Stop

    Bus routes begin at the Visitor Center and run throughout the Historic Area. Stops include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, …

  • Shopping

    Williamsburg Lodge Gift Shop

    Behold a Piece of Authentic American Artistry – An assortment of eclectic gifts, jewelry, toys, and American-made folk art are …

  • Parking

    Williamsburg Lodge Parking

    Parking for Williamsburg Lodge guests. Valet parking is also available.

  • Parking

    Williamsburg Lodge Parking Garage

    Parking for Lodge guests. Keycard required for access.

  • Shopping

    WILLIAMSBURG Revolutions Store

    Immerse yourself in the 18th-century experience with puzzles, games, toys, and food, along with logo apparel and more. Gifts and …

  • Hotels

    Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites

    Your adventure begins at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites, conveniently located next to the Visitor Center. With our exclusive …

  • Parking

    Williamsburg Woodlands Parking

    Free parking for guests of the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites.