September 1 through October 31, all guests 50 or older can pay for a day’s admission and get the rest of the year FREE.*
Experience Colonial Williamsburg during one of the most beautiful times of year when the Historic Area is surrounded by the vibrant colors and crisp air of Autumn. Explore our new art exhibitions, stroll through our gardens, and visit 18th-century trades.
Return as often as you like throughout the holiday season. Our Grand Illumination kicks off more than 100 holiday tours and programs.
Candlemaker – 18th-century candlemakers manufacture raw materials and finished products using historic tools and processes.
Carpenter’s Site – Watch how the carpenter uses hand tools to transform trees into lumber, cut and raise the heavy timber frame of a house, then enclose that frame with siding and roofing.
Expanded Gunsmith Shop – Working in a shop near the Capitol, members of the Geddy family were gunsmiths, cutlers, founders, and silversmiths.
New Tailor Shop – Nearly everyone employed the services of a tailor to make and to mend some of their garments. The tailors will be moving to an expanded shop in a new location starting April 4, 2016
Musket Range – Come fire 18th-century firearms at the Colonial Williamsburg Musket Range. Participants will learn the history and become familiar with two 18th-century weapons used during the Revolutionary War.