Take a 90-minute walking tour of the Randolph House, Market Square and Palace Green. Examine slavery's evolution, and the reliance upon it by patriots like Peyton Randolph, to build a city, a colony and eventually a nation. Explore the paradox of the institution of slavery and the movement for independence by looking at the experiences of the free and enslaved members of the Randolph Household.
Free reservation required. Space is limited for this program. To book your reservation, please visit a ticket office or call our Guest Services at (888) 965-7254.
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Freedom's Paradox: The Randolph House Tour
Embroidery, a Branch of the Millinery Trade
Milliners often advertise that they practice "the trade in all its branches." Visit the Margaret Hunter Millinery Shop as they highlight different branches, including embroidery.
Official Ghost Walk Junior
Everyone loves a haunted tale! Bring the entire family for all of the phantom fun with none of the nightmares.
Open to the Public
Arboretum Walk: Griffin Campus
Discover Colonial Williamsburg’s Arboretum and some of the trees and woody shrubs that make up its collection (some of which are state champions!).
Free Event Ticket