Colonial Williamsburg

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  • January 26, 2008 is the official site for the fundation that operates the world’s largest living history museum in Williamsburg, Virginia.

The Colonial Williamsburg story, tells how diverse peoples, that have different ambitions, evolved into a society that valued liberty and equality.Colonial Williamsburg’s offers 301-acre Historic Area where visitors can find hundreds of restored, reconstructed, and historically furnished buildings. To make the experience of visiting this place costumed interpreters tell the stories of the men and women of the 18th-century city: black, white, and native American, slave, indentured, and free. In this historic place, the intention is to help the future learn from the past. The site offers many categories such as plan your visit, tour the town, calendar, hotels, dining experience, groups & meetings, shopping, spa, golf, recreation, museums, kids, research, publications, shop, resorts and explore & learn.

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  • January 23, 2008 is the official site for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

In the site, users will be able to find all sorts of educational materials in order to understand the history of this key Virginia city, which are targeted at students and Colonial history enthusiasts. The site also includes extensive information in regards to visiting this city, plus driving directions, hotel reservations, attraction pricing and operating hours. At, users will also find a detailed travel planner, and for users that will not be going to Williamsburg, there is a fully animated virtual tour of the town which is very enlightening as well. Several podcasts are available from this site, covering areas as diverse and interesting as the history of the declaration of independence, biography of key historical personalities or maintenance of the historic part of the city. Teachers (especially elementary and high-school) will find a library of resources for their students that can help them gain quick insight as to the ordinary life of mid 18th century America. Also take a look at the event calendar, where you can find lots of fun activities that will be taking place in Colonial Williamsburg, like seminars, community celebrations or historic reconstructions.

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