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Découvrez l'Amérique du temps des colonies et de la révolution en vous plongeant dans le monde interactive de la ville coloniale de Williamsburg. Visitez les bâtiments gouvernementaux de l'époque coloniale, des demeures familiales et des boutiques d'artisans lors de votre venue dans ce musée vivant. Rencontrez des interprètes en costumes d'époque qui font revivre l'histoire en parlant comme George Washington, Thomas Jefferson et d'autres personnes célèbres.

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R
, août 2017

I took 5 kids with me ages 8 to 16 and they all had a great time. There really is somehing for everyone, as long as there is curiosity and interest in learning.

C
, août 2017

This was the best thing for our trip. We got our badges at the visitor center the first day and then went to see everything. We purchased the 7 day pass which gave us entry to everything. Well worth the money.

C
, août 2017

We spent 2 days touring the exhibits and demonstrations in Colonial Williamsburg and loved it even with the rain on the first day. We had come prepared with rain gear so we were able to spend the day walking to many of the exhibits because they are in the buildings and as a result the show went on. The second day was a vacation dream with Sunny skies, mild temperatures and a light breeze and that made it perfect for one of the carriage rides with the informative driver whose demeanor fit the experience perfectly. We were able to interact with several of the artisans, craftspeople and presenters and I must complement all for the excellent presentations we were able to witness. This would be a great adult excursion or family exploration to get a feel for where the United States came from.

m
, mai 2017

We are very disappointed with this tour. We are still wondering what did we pay for? We did not received any organized tour at all. Apparently anybody can walk into the city and walk the streets and visit any shops. There is no value to purchasing tickets. You are not receiving any guided tour as we thought we would get. All shuttle buses are free to everybody and parking for your car is also free. so, we are still don't know why did we had to purchase the tickets? I would suggest to anybody who wants to visit Williamsburg - just drive in, park your car and walk the streets on your own do not spend the money for tickets. Not worth it at all.

B
, avr. 2017

We purchased the 7 day admission pass and it is worth it. It allows you the freedom to go anywhere except for a few special attractions like shooting a musket, which is 119 and not worth it. Watching the expert do it was good enough. Carriage rides are 15 per person for 15 minutes and it is a nice break, especially if you are tired of walking. Williamsburg is a self sustained re-creation of the colonial town where the staff dresses and speaks as if they are truely inhabitants. They make things with the tools that were used during colonial times, for example: the nails in the floors are made on site at the blacksmith. The staff, for the most part, stay in character and some are so good, you will think you are talking to someone from the 18th century. In my opinion, take the younger children to Disney and the older children to Williamsburg, as it is a valuable lesson in history. Wear your walking shoes too!

K
, avr. 2017

The package for 3 days at Williamsburg was great. The only problem was we thought it encompassed the 3 towns of Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown, but it did not. We chose the 3 day pass for 50/adult. We thought it was to use 3 out of 7 days, but found out we had to use 3 consecutive days. To get all of the towns we would have had to chose the highest priced package, but that was not clear in the advertising. So, we had to pay extra for the museum in Yorktown and the Jamestowne settlement. Also, we were lucky enough to have a National Parks Old Age pass yes, we are seniors to enter the visitor centers museums, otherwise we would have had to pay extra for those too. I would suggest you call the centers directly and ask questions before you book online to make sure things haven't changed. We found several times that the charging venues had changed since the website was written being told we notify the online vendors, but we cannot guarantee they change the information. Also, we found out some of the things we would have liked to have done didn't start until mid-April.

It was a great trip and I would recommend it highly!

J
, déc. 2016

Our trip was to Williamsburg Va, not Washington DC

T
, oct. 2016

Inspiring, beautiful, patriotic, great reminder of what our country went through to become a country!

m
, août 2016

Very good if very tiring due to size

T
, août 2016

Excellent tours.


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