Williamsburg Thanksgiving

Williamsburg Thanksgiving

There’s no holiday that makes people think “colonial” more than Thanksgiving – so Williamsburg is the perfect place to spend this holiday. The buckled shoes, bonnets and breeches traditionally associated with the Pilgrims were very common attire – throughout the colonies. Massachusetts is the…

Williamsburg Summer

Williamsburg Summer

It’s going to get hot – it always does. So if you are planning a trip to Williamsburg in the heart of summer, make sure to bring your swimming gear. Luckily there are lots of water activities to keep you cool. Williamsburg is home…

Williamsburg Spring

Williamsburg Spring

Even though Virginia doesn’t have the harsh winters of our neighbors to the North, the subtle signs of spring are still very exciting. Instead of coming in like a lion, spring starts to hint around the edges: buds appear on trees, there’s a lighter…

Williamsburg Garden Week

Williamsburg Garden Week

Historic Garden Week in Virginia 2013, also known as “America’s Largest Open House,” will be held the week of April 20 – April 27. Every April, 250 of Virginia’s most beautiful gardens, homes, and historic landmarks play host to visitors eager to see extraordinary…

Shopping in Williamsburg

Shopping in Williamsburg

Are you ever in for a treat when you take a break from enjoying all historic ambience Williamsburg offers to go shopping. The town has everything a shopper — be you a bargain hunter or a connoisseur of luxury — could want. And many…