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 at the St. George Tucker House-our donor reception center located in an original 18th-century building in the heart of the Historic Area. 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. You can see the schedule for upcoming Nation Builder programs in This Week at a Glance. Please note the schedule is subject to change. A free ticket is required. Seating is limited.
Dates & Times
Donor Visit with a Nation Builder
Marching into Evening
Gather on Market Square to celebrate America's enduring story with our world-renowned Fife and Drum corps!
Open to the Public
Walk through History with a Nation Builder
Experience the 18th century community of Williamsburg through the eyes of a Nation Builder as they delight you and challenge you to think about our shared history in new ways.
The Election of 1800
Explore the first modern political campaign in our history and find surprising parallels between that election and our current election with Professor Peter Henriques and Thomas Jefferson.
Art Museums Admission