Colonial Williamsburg

5 Days. 7 Iconic Sites.

Immerse yourself in our nation’s history as you travel across Virginia.

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On this Virginia road trip, experience the sites that witnessed our nation’s founding. See what life was like for early settlers and visit the estates that our founding fathers called home.

COVID safety measures are in place at all sites.

Historic Destinations

Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg

This living history museum brings to life the years leading up to the American Revolution.

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Jamestown Settlement

Jamestown Settlement

Explore the world of Jamestown, America’s first permanent English colony, at this living history museum.

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Historic Jamestowne

Historic Jamestowne

Walk in the footsteps of Captain John Smith and Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, England's first permanent settlement in North America.

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American Revolution Museum

American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

Step into a re-created Continental Army encampment and a Revolution-era farm.

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James Madison's Montpelier

James Madison’s Montpelier

Located in the foothills of Central Virginia, Montpelier is the home of President James Madison and his wife Dolley, America's first "First Lady."

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Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

Visit Monticello, the mountaintop plantation of our third president, Thomas Jefferson, in Charlottesville.

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George Washington's Mount Vernon

George Washington’s Mount Vernon

The estate of our first president, George Washington, is located just outside of Washington, D.C. 

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This website was created in collaboration with:

  • Colonial Williamsburg

  • Historic Jamestowne

  • Jamestown Settlement

  • American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

  • Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

  • James Madison’s Montpelier

  • George Washington’s Mount Vernon

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