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Each season, Williamsburg presents unique events and activities for guests and locals. With cultural events like concerts and art exhibits, visitors can enjoy the unique offerings of the area. The history of Williamsburg appeals to visitors from all over, and there are a variety of ways to celebrate our nation's history. Exhibits span art, music and education to enhance history appreciation for visitors of all ages. Look for special events that will happen during your visit, or plan your visit for your favorite events!
Movies under the Stars
Enjoy some of the biggest family movies of 2011! Bring lawn chairs, blankets and snacks. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Scheduled: Cars 2. Movies subject to change.July 06, 2012
A Salute to the Nation
Join us on the Palace lawn for an evening of family fun as we celebrate this patriotic event on Armed Forces Day. Joe Mantegna leads a salute to the ideas that have created the American identity, as we celebrate all who serve our country.July 06, 2012
The Examination of Joe and Dick
Joe and Dick have been called before the Williamsburg Committee of Safety after they were caught attempting to run away to join the British Army, which has been fighting Virginia forces. How will the Committee of Safety respond to the actions of these two enslaved men? Entry is included with a Revolutionary City ticket.July 06, 2012
Christmas in July Workshops
Get in the holiday spirit early and create an art-inspired ornament for your Christmas tree or as a personal gift for that special someone. Meet with the authors of the "Art-Full Tree," learn about what inspires them, and take a private tour of the museum with the authors before the exhibit opens to the public. Each Friday features a different theme with a unique ornament project. Take one workshop or all four. All supplies provided.May 19, 2013
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
American Furniture: From Virginia to Vermont
This exhibition in the Elizabeth Ridgely and Miodrag Blagojevich Gallery highlights pieces from three regions: Eastern Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New England. While early furniture forms and styles from these areas were similar during the late 17th through the early 19th centuries, the interpretation and the popularity of designs varied due to differences in local economies, trade settlement patterns, and the religious and cultural backgrounds of the inhabitants. A section on painted furniture further demonstrates regional styles and decorative influences.April 01, 2012 - December 31, 2013
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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