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Take a 60-minute walking tour of the Randolph Yard, Market Square and Palace Green.
Sentiments of American Women
This museum theatre program explores the connection between the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of 18th-century women and women of today.
Meet Mrs. Wager, teacher of the Williamsburg Bray School, as she debates the nature of her school with Elizabeth DeRosario, a free woman of color.
My Story, My Voice- Sam
Sam, a Black soldier, tells his heroic story of self-liberation, his encounters with the Shawnee, his supposed enemy, and those who enslaved him. Which army will he fight for?
From Freedom to Slavery
After making a free life for herself as an adopted Shawnee Indian, Methotaskee is brought back into slavery.
The Actors' Lament
See a new humorous interactive play, engaging you in a theatre company's intrigues and secrets. Will they open on time? Find out during this open-air evening theater experience!
Voices of Their Hands
A walking tour discussing the lives of enslaved tradespeople. Hear from our historic tradespeople as they discuss their experiences interpreting skilled laborers and their work.
First Baptist Archaeology Community Open House
Join us for a day of archaeology on the original site of the First Baptist Church of Williamsburg! Explore the site and check out recently uncovered artifacts from 10am to 4pm.
God is My Rock
Gowan Pamphlet, an enslaved man and popular local preacher, offers his perspective on slavery, religion and freedom.
Visit a Nation Builder- Edith Cumbo
Step into the past with Edith Cumbo, Free Black Sister, Mother, Fighter, Founder.
Visit a Nation Builder- Reverend Gowan Pamphlet
Step into the past with Gowan Pamphlet, Revolutionary Black Baptist Preacher.