Step back in time (more than 220 years) and experience first hand what it was like to live during the 18th century. For a limited time, enjoy a two consecutive day pass to Great Hopes Plantation and authentic 18th-century exhibition Courthouse, Goal, Magazine, the Capitol, Governor’s Palace, Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Bassett Hall and colonial homes of Peyton Randolph and George Wythe. Complimentary Historic Area shuttle bus service and free parking at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center where the viewing of the famous “Story of a Patriot” (short movie) is shown. Two nights accommodations makes this a great “get-a-way” any time of the year.
Begin your morning at the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center and either stroll over to the Historic Area by special paths or hop on one of the shuttle buses that will take you into Colonial Williamsburg.
When it is time for lunch, enjoy delights from of the the Colonial Williamsburg Taverns, or catch a lighter fare in the Merchant Square area. And, save some time for shopping, browsing or resting in this busy mercantile section of town.
As your afternoon continues in the Historic Area, make plans for dinner and the evening with a relaxing dining experience at one of the many unique restaurants throughout the Williamsburg area.
On day two, begin your day again at the Visitor Center, and review the various offerings that might be available for evening activities within the Historic Area. Reservations may be needed for special evening programs. Continue strolling throughout the Historic Area as you leisurely explore back in time. Only Williamsburg can offer this type of an authentic living history experience.