Colonial Williamsburg

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Tanya Rosen-Jones

The second annual Funhouse Fest brings musical talents from all around. Read more

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Colonial Williamsburg’s second annual taste tradition. Read more

Jim Lehrer, Sandra Day O'Connor and Gordon Wood honored by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Read more


Anytime is the perfect time to visit Colonial Williamsburg, but it can’t be fun to work as an historical interpreter in the summer, toiling outside in the humidity under all those pre-revolutionary clothes! Read more



Courtesy of The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg

Three different spas put twists on the trend for indigenous treatments. Read more

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Bill Barker has played the sagacious statesman in Colonial Williamsburg for more than 20 years. Read more

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Caffeine-Stoked Revolt

Sterling Hundley

Wherein illustrator Sterling Hundley recalls a mob scene at Charlton's Coffeehouse. Read more


Where you tend a rose - 5

Roger Foley

Sandy Helsel's Williamsburg cottage garden, inspired by a trip to the Cotswolds, packs plenty of surprises in a not-so-secret place. Read more

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My Stays Are Tight - Feature

Colonial Williamsburg

Costumes are to Colonial Williamsburg what coffee is to Starbucks. Now visitors can see what goes on in the CW Costume Design Center, where 144 types of garments are designed and maintained. Hint: no zippers. Read more

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Beyond the Tavern - Feature

Tyler Darden

Within earshot of fife and drum, Christina Ball samples the fare at two of Williamsburg's most popular eateries. "Oh, for a bowl of fat canary, rich Palermo, sparkling sherry..." Read more



Photo by Stacey Evans

For beef, many of Virginia’s best restaurants turn to Mount Air Farm in Crozet, home to Gryffon’s Aerie beef and more. Christina Ball tours this sustainable farm and stays for a memorable meal. Photography by Stacey Evans Read more

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Williamsburg’s early American nursery replicates an 18th-century kitchen garden. Though labor was scarce and summers were brutal, colonists found timeless techniques for growing a variety of produce. Read more

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