Williamsburg in 1770 was a cosmopolitan English community on the edge of the New World. It served as the seat of government, a major market for trade and commerce, and a center for ideas. Study historical and cultural themes of life in this colonial capital. Learn how patriots, gentry, women, Africans, and Indians contributed to society. Discover the music and religious practices of early Virginians. Examine Williamsburg from the restoration of historic buildings to the art of historical interpretation. Field trips present historic Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, and the "Ancient Campus" of The College of William and Mary. As a special highlight, enjoy two evening programs and a tavern meal. Ticket to Colonial Williamsburg included!
Walking up to two miles daily during field trips.