Take a 60-minute walking tour of the Randolph Yard, 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.
Space is limited for this program.
Dates & Times
Private Family Tour
Your group's private guide will lead your family through town to learn more about what it was like to live in the 18th century.
Clothing Enslaved People in Colonial Virginia
Join apprentice tailor Tim Logue to discover some of the complex relationships between apparel, labor, identity, and enslavement.
Art Museums Admission
Behind the Scenes at the Barn for Home Educators
Explore Colonial Williamsburg’s modern stable and carriage facilities to meet some of our animals and view the various vehicles owned and operated onsite.