Three nights Accommodations
Six meals including Tavern Lunch
Yorktown Battlefield and American Revolution Museum
Virginia Capitol Tour
Jamestown Settlement- this living history places visitors in the midst of life in the New World. Costumed interpreters portraying the English colonists and Native Virginia Indians demonstrate what day to day living entailed.
Colonial Williamsburg is a living-history museum presenting part of an historic district in the city of Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. 301-acre historic area includes several hundred restored or re-created buildings from the 18th century, when the city was the capital of Colonial Virginia; 17th-century, 19th-century, and Colonial Revival structures; and more recent reconstructions. An interpretation of a colonial American city, the historic area includes three main thoroughfares and their connecting side streets that attempt to suggest the atmosphere and the circumstances of 18th-century Americans. Costumed employees work and dress as people did in the era, sometimes using colonial grammar and diction I (although not colonial accents).
Yorktown Battlefield and American Revolution Museum -America won its independence from England when British forces surrendered to Washington at Yorktown. The brand new 80,000 square foot museum tells the story of America’s struggle for independence.
Tour of the Virginia Capitol -The Virginia State Capitol houses the oldest legislative body in the Western Hemisphere. The Capitol was conceived of by Thomas Jefferson and Charles-Louis Clérisseau in France, completed in 1788 and is 229 years old as of 2019, the current Capitol is the eighth built to serve as Virginia's state house.