Come enjoy a rare opportunity to visit with one of Colonial Williamsburg's Nation Builders as part of a small, intimate group. Meet an interpreter portraying a historical figure such as Thomas Jefferson, James Armistead Lafayette or Martha Washington. Join them to discuss their lives in colonial Virginia, the news of the day and perhaps some Revolutionary politics, then following the in-character, learn more about the interpreter behind the Nation Builder. This program is available exclusively to donors who contribute $250 or more annually to the Colonial Williamsburg Fund. A free ticket is required and can be obtained at the Visitors Center, ticketing locations, or concierges. Seating is limited.
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Donor Visit with a Nation Builder
Across the Board
Over a game of chess Thomas Jefferson and his manservant, Jupiter, challenge and amuse each other.
Bird Fancyer's Delight
Learn about the connection between wild birds and the music written by composers in the 18th century and how this figured into the cultural life of Williamsburg. Limited capacity.
What Made George Washington Tick
Based on research from his new book, Professor Henriques explores George Washington's motivations.
Art Museums Admission