It’s the eve of the American Revolution, and there are just as many opinions about war and independence as we hear about politics and religion today. Step back in time and encounter points of view that run the gamut. Then, engage in the most crucial debate in our nation’s history. Will you decide whether we remain British or become Americans?
Parking near the Historic Area is recommended. If you plan to park at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, please check the bus schedule.
Evening Program: Revolutionary Points of View
Evening Program: To Hang a Pirate
Join us in a trial of a Blackbeard crew member that occurred in Williamsburg in 1719. Hear the evidence and make a judgment!
Open to the Public
Conversation: Farming with George Washington
Meet George Washington at our Ewing Field where you can discuss farming practices, innovation, and the importance of agriculture to society.
Presentation: Deed Without a Name
Discover the tale of this musical theater playwright, who lost his career due to public exposure of his homosexuality. Mature subject matter, audience discretion advised.
Art Museums Admission