Journey back in time to a colonial era city, and experience what life was like in the early days of America. This educational trip will expand your mind as you wander through the years gone by. Enjoy the Virginia countryside as your guides take care of all the details.
This sightseeing tour of Colonial Williamsburg allows you to view some of the finest examples of Georgian architecture, 18th-century furnishings, and gardens landscaped with plants know only to colonial horticulturists. "The Story of a Patriot" will be shown en route to Williamsburg.
Then to the restored area to visit the Capitol, Palace, Gaol, Raleigh Tavern and the home of George Wythe. See the Bruton Parish Church, Courthouse, Powder Magazine, Brush-Everard House and the College of William and Mary. Depart from Williamsburg at 7:00pm.
Please note: The drive to Colonial Williamsburg from Washington DC is 3.5 hours each way. No stops are made, however the bus is equipped with a restroom.
This tour is seasonal and operates from March to October
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