Learn about the foundations of our nation as you re-live crucial moments in American History. Take part in an 18th-century election and learn who had the right and the responsibility to vote in the 18th century. Then participate in the crucial vote for independence held in Williamsburg on May 15, 1776. Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult with a Homeschool Admission Ticket. No ticket required, program times are on a first come, first served. Each tour can hold a max of 10 people.
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Home Educators Activity Station
Ghost Walk Junior
Calling guests of all ages! Enjoy this 45-minute ghost tour of traditional spooky stories with a Colonial Williamsburg flavor. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Open to the Public
Randolph Yard Exploration
Explore the kitchen building and yard of the Randolph House at your own pace. Learn about the paradox of the Randolph household, home to 27 enslaved people and the Randolph family.
Explore the paradox of the institution of slavery and the movement for independence in a 60 minute walking tour which begins and ends at the Randolph Yard.