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Things to Do: Tour Kittiewan Plantation

Visit this beautiful, 18th-century plantation and home of the Archeological Society of Virginia in Charles City County, Virginia. Highlighting collections from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries and archeological collections from across the Commonwealth, the house and visitor center are … Continue reading

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Kingsmill Resort & Spa Offers Segway Tours

Join us for an amazing adventure as you glide along effortlessly and take in the beauty of Kingsmill. If you’ve never experienced a Segway smile and want to see what it’s all about, you won’t be disappointed! Tours are approximately … Continue reading

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Things to Do: Segway Tours in Yorktown

Patriot Tours offers personally guided Segway PT (Personal Transporter) tours are fun, exciting and educational. Bring a friend, colleague or the whole family. They offer tours daily accommodating 7 guests per tour. They can even accommodate small children in our … Continue reading

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Family Vacation at Kingsmill Resort & Spa in Williamsburg, VA

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Williamsburg Ranked #1 Destination by Trip Advisor

BEST FAMILY VACATIONS  Travelers’ Choice Family Awards brought to you by TripAdvisor Top 10 Great Places to Discover in the United States 1 Williamsburg, Virginia See more photos Colonial Williamsburg strives to make history come alive for kids, and its … Continue reading

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R. Charlton’s Coffee House in Colonial Williamsburg

In November 2009, R. Charlton’s Coffeehouse became the newest reconstructed building on Duke of Gloucester Street in 50 years. An authentic 18th-century coffeehouse, this exhibition building is now open to ticketed guests. R. Charlton’s Coffeehouse is located just across from … Continue reading

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Free Admission to Bassett Hall Saturday December 11

Bassett Hall is the Williamsburg home of Colonial Williamsburg benefactor John D. Rockefeller Jr. Modified: Thursday, December 09, 2010 Originally Published: Thursday, December 9, 2010 8:29 AM EST WILLIAMSBURG – Enjoy free admission to the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg … Continue reading

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Kingsmill Resort & Spa, Williamsburg, VA

Reposted from Poshbrood When traveling with kids, convenience is paramount.  Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va. understands that and delivers with class.  Kingsmill is a four-diamond, Preferred Hotels property that hugs the scenic James River and is surrounded by a range … Continue reading

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Williamsburg: The Perfect Family Vacation

A trip to Williamsburg, Virginia should be in your list of family vacation ideas. Williamsburg is one of the cities included in the Historic Triangle of Virgina, along with Jamestown and Yorktown. There are a lot of interesting sights that … Continue reading

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Grand Illumination in Colonial Williamsburg

In the 18th century, illuminations were sometimes held to commemorate the birth of the reigning sovereign. Today they hold a Grand Illumination in the Historic Area. Musical performances from multiple stages and firework displays from three different locations within the … Continue reading

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