In Christmas of 1787, two founders are locked in a battle of pen and ink to save the infant American republic. Join Alexander Hamilton and James Madison as they struggle to write the Federalist Papers in a time where family sits fixed on both of their minds. Will they pull off a Christmas miracle, or will the holiday spent away from their families be for nothing?
Christmas and the Constitution
Talk of the Town: Christmastide
Walk through town with a resident of 18th century Williamsburg as they share reflections on the holiday season.
Winter in the Valley
Join the Waterman family for delightful Christmas songs and family stories from the 18th century as we welcome you into our music-making home during our favorite season!
Art Museums Admission
African American Contributions at the Governor's Palace
Learn about the contributions of free and enslaved African-Americans during your visit to the Palace. Tours every 20-30 minutes.