10 Results for tag "Revolution"
Evening Program: Revolutionary Points of View
Step back in time to the eve of the American Revolution, and there are just as many opinions about war and independence as we hear about politics and religion today.
Palace Activity Stations for Home Educators
Enhance your visit with our educational activity stations. Step into the palace gardens and participate in an interactive spotlight on loyalists.
Palace Freedom Tour for Home Educators
How did evolving definitions of freedom cause conflict between Great Britain and America?
Armoury Activity Stations for Home Educators
Enhance your visit with our educational activity stations. Explore Anderson’s armoury compound and learn about the war’s demands on Williamsburg’s industry.
Presentation: Musket Demonstration
Military Programs staff will demonstrate the loading and firing of the musket. Experience the sounds and smells a soldier experienced during the Revolution.
Performance: Voices of the Past
This series of museum theater programs explores the lives of people, both free and enslaved, who walked these streets in the 18th century.
Performance: Revolutionary Acts
This series of museum theater programs relate to the experience and meaning of the Revolution for the 18th-century Williamsburg community.
Conversation: Meet a Nation Builder
Find a Nation Builder, a significant figure of 18th-century Williamsburg, around the Palace Green for some informal conversation.
Conversation: Meet a Person of the Past
Find people of the past in front of the Raleigh Tavern for some informal conversation or activity.
What Similarities and Differences Did the 13 Colonies Share?
What did the 13 colonies in the 18th century have in common? Learn about the similarities and differences these colonies shared to create an independent nation.