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Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College

136 Francis St E , Williamsburg Inn Williamsburg, Virginia 23185 1-800-987-9852    Chat Now  
Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College
Detail Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College Schedule Schedule
Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College
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Are you looking for an immersive and personalized experience in Colonial Williamsburg? Look no further than the Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College. With this tour, you'll have a knowledgeable and friendly guide to show you around the highlights of these historic locations, giving you a deeper understanding of their past and culture.

The walking tour takes about two hours, during which time you'll explore the cobblestone streets, merchant shops, and public buildings of Colonial Williamsburg. You'll make stops at the Governor's Palace, the Courthouse, the Magazine, the Capitol, and the Bruton Parish Church. Each of these locations is fully restored to its former glory, recreating the spirit of 18th-century Virginia. Throughout the tour, your guide will make sure you experience the best of Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College. They'll share fascinating anecdotes, fun trivia, and insider information about these fascinating locations, making sure you get the most out of your visit.

This Private Walking Tour is perfect for history buffs and visitors who want to learn more about the culture and heritage of Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College. With a private guide, you'll have the opportunity to ask questions, go at your own pace, and tailor the tour to your interests.

 Stop at  Bruton Parish Episcopal Church
The grounds of the Bruton Parish Church are also covered in this journey. This old site in Williamsburg offers a unique view into the past. Williamsburg is known for its historical significance, and one of the city's oldest churches is the Bruton Parish Church, which was established in 1674. For a historical look into the role of religion in Williamsburg's history, this is a fascinating place to see.
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 Stop at  Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse
Learn all about the rich history of the Colonial Williamsburg justice system when you see the Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse. Your narrator will give you plenty of information about the processes of the judiciary system as it was in the 1700s. This interesting look into everyday life in Williamsburg provides an unforgettable experience for history buffs.
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 Stop at  Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg is one of the oldest historical landmarks and settlements in US history. This vast colonial settlement is home to a variety of unique landmarks, historical buildings, and more. Visitors will be able to explore everything from the Bruton Parish Church to the Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse when staying here.
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 Stop at  Colonial Williamsburg Magazine
Explore the Colonial Williamsburg Magazine Historical Landmark during your visit to Colonial Williamsburg. Here, guests will be able to see the military building and learn about its role in the American Revolutionary War. The magazine was made in 1716 and stands as a fascinating time piece.
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 Stop at  Governor's Palace at Colonial Williamsburg
Seven different governors resided in the Governor's Palace over the course of Williamsburg's existence. It was constructed in 1699 and used for this purpose until 1780. Its murky past includes a fire that destroyed the original buildings. On the other hand, the structure was rebuilt on the original location in the 1930s, and it maintains its traditions through displays, antiques, and tours that leave every 15 minutes.
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 Stop at  William and Mary College
Next, you will head to the College of William & Mary, the second-oldest institution of higher education in the United States. Founded in 1693, this college has a rich history, including educating three U.S. presidents: Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and John Tyler. During the tour, you will get to explore the campus while learning about its history.

In summary, the Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College is an engaging and informative way to witness the legacy of 18th-century America, personalized to your own interests. Don't hesitate to book this tour and witness the charm of Colonial Williamsburg and the legacy of William & Mary College.

Frequently Asked Questions for Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College:
  • What methods of transportation does the Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College use?
    This is a walking tour.
  • Approximately how long does the Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College last?
    It lasts approximately 2 hours.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College?
    Yes.
  • Is the Private Walking Tour Through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College handicap accessible?
    No, it is not wheelchair accessible.
  • Is there a minimum number of tickets?
    Yes, there is a minimum of 2 tickets.

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