The costumed interpreters at Colonial Williamsburg, who work 365 days a year, have unique challenges during extreme cold weather like today’s….
Readers have chosen the George Wythe House as their favorite decorated door in Colonial Williamsburg’s historic district.
Hundreds of voters in the Patriot’s Choice Poll chose the colorful green and red apple-adorned wreath as the top winner. The George Wythe House, located on the Palace Green, received nearly 41 percent of the vote….
If you think you’re busy during the holidays, you might gain some interesting perspective by looking at the workload at the distribution center for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
By Toni Guagenti
D. Cash Arehart wanted to tell the story of the Charlton House when he created five original wreaths for the annual door-decorating contest in Colonial Williamsburg’s historic area….
For a truly revolutionary housing experience, look no further than a quick walk to the brick-laden and historic streets of Colonial Williamsburg. The College of William and Mary, in collaboration with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, offers a unique housing option in the Historic Area for two rising seniors each year….
The big news this week is taking place in the brickyard. Brickmakers are now in Day 3 of a 5-day brick burn, preparing materials for the Armoury and its outbuildings. Although this event takes place beyond the reaches of our webcam, please look for a full photo spread and report early next week. And if you live close enough to visit, please do! The brickyard is open to visitors from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. through Sunday, November 20th… although you can be sure that there will be intrepid brickmakers tending the fires all night.
Corner post and brace.
On June 15, 2011 Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Trades Carpenters finished framing the front wall of the Armoury.
Williamsburg James City County Schools become the first school district in the nation to adopt Colonial Williamsburg’s interactive, fully digital, Web-based curriculum “The Idea of America” for implementation in the 2011–2012 school year.