A great historical site that was restored/reconstructed to show life as it was in precolonial times. We have been there many times and each time we learn something different. There are docents in character who tell visitors about the house and if a tradesman demonstrate their craft while telling the visitors about the craft. Be sure to check the daily listing of demonstrations and other events. Highly recommended for children old enough to understand the historical significance of Colonial Williamsburg. All the staff either paid or volunteers are extremely helpful. There is a lot of walking sometimes on uneven ground. There are restrooms and drinks available in shops and vending machines around the displays. The vending machines are located in structures that are part of or adjacent to homes. There is a frequent bus service around the perimeter that is included with the price of the ticket. Lots of places to eat but for dinner reservations are required. Military (active and retired) discounted admission tickets are available on site at the Visitors Center. Lots of free parking at the Visitors Center.
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