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Travel back in time

As we enter a phased reopening of our colonial capital, discover the 18th-century virtually between visits.

Join us for LIVE interactions and Electronic Field Trips every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 2 p.m. on our Facebook!

For Educators

Teacher Resources

Colonial Williamsburg TV

Now available on Roku and Amazon Fire TV

Virtual Tours

Explore virtually like never before

Created Equal

Watch a special release of “Created Equal”

New Posts

What’s Your Favorite Tool?

Warriors Stood There

Who is James McClurg?

Being Uncomfortable in Character

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Character Interpretation



We’re bringing you more video content than ever.

See live chats with Nation Builders

Discover craftsmanship videos

Go behind the scenes of our architectural preservation

Explore the Art Museums

Test Your Skills

Can You Name These Pre-restoration Buildings?

Test Your 18th-Century Knowledge

Download Activity Pages

Keep the kids engaged with free coloring sheets from The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, as well as activity pages about the American Revolution and Colonial Williamsburg.

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Try a New Recipe

Make an 18th-century style dish

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How To Make Chelsea Buns

How To Make Carrots And French Beans Dressed The Dutch Way

To Make An Apple Pie

Colonial Crafts

DIY Spring Wreath

Do-It-Yourself: Always in Bloom

Punch the Lights Out

Explore Our Collections

5 Lions in our Collections

Inside the Textiles Lab

Furber's Flowers

Meet our Nation Builders

Read about the people who helped shape their time, and whose legacy continues to influence and inspire American ideals.

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New Interactive Timeline

Explore the events surrounding the Stamp Act like never before. Navigate from date to date, see what was happening in the rest of the world during each point, and dive into the details of maps and paintings illustrating the events that led to Revolution.

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Trend & Tradition Magazine

The latest issue features the Colonial Williamsburg Gardens, Exhibition Planner Jan Gilliam, a look at the Palace refurbishment, and a DIY rubber stamp.

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