With schools closed, social distancing recommended around the world, Colonial Williamsburg closed, and those who can working from home, we’re gathering materials here so you can escape to the 18th-century, learn a little and find some entertainment. We’ll be adding new blogs and content from the people who bring history to life, so visit often and share with your friends and family to combat boredom.
Colonial Williamsburg TV
Now available on Roku and Amazon Fire TV
Join us for LIVE interactions and Electronic Field Trips every weekday at 2 p.m.!
Test Your Skills
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.Learn More
Try a New Recipe
Make an 18th-century style dish
Explore Our Collections
Meet our Nation Builders
Read about the people who helped shape their time, and whose legacy continues to influence and inspire American ideals.Learn More
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.Learn More
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.Read Now
Support Us in The Meantime
How Can I Help?
We need your support to help us fulfill our mission to feed the human spirit by sharing America’s enduring story. Without state or federal funds, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation depends largely on individual donations to keep this unique living history museum going. Gifts of any size make a big impact!
Plan Your Visit
Yes, we’re all stuck at home now, but there’s nothing like the anticipation of a vacation, even if it has to be a few months away.