Colonial Williamsburg is one of the main historic attractions in the Williamsburg, Virginia area, offering extensive historic settlement areas and art museums. This attraction is not just for school field trips! It offers an immersive experience for people of all ages!
Colonial Williamsburg is a living, breathing town. Much like our own, it changes with the seasons, and as it does, offers new experiences for visitors. So, even if you’ve been to Colonial Williamsburg a million times, chances are, there’s something you’ve probably missed.
For example, if you came during the summer, you missed the sheep shearing and beer making in the spring. Or if you came in the fall, you may have missed out on the beautiful decorations and spectacular fireworks during the winter. Colonial Williamsburg also does a great job of incorporating new activities every year that you definitely don’t want to miss out on.
Virginia Resident Pass Promotion
Lucky for us, Colonial Williamsburg has an AMAZING Virginia Resident special going on that will help you be able to see it all! Right now, if you buy a single-day ticket before April 12th, 2019, Virginia residents will get an annual pass for the rest of the year! That means you’ll have the opportunity to see the historic beauty of Colonial Williamsburg throughout the seasons.
So, what can you expect? We’ve compiled a snapshot of seasonal events that are planned for 2019 at Colonial Williamsburg. This article will cover the Spring events going on in Colonial Williamsburg, but check back for future articles where we’ll cover summer, fall, and winter! Trust us, you won’t want to miss out on any of them!
Spring Events at Colonial Williamsburg
Spring is a really fun time at Colonial Williamsburg. They have some special events, programs, and activities you won’t see during the rest of the year.
In March, Colonial Williamsburg is offering special programs for Women’s History Month. Click here to view the whole list of actvities and programs for Women’s History Month!
On May 3rd, 2019, experience Spring’s highlight event, Mr. Jefferson’s Garden Party! Raise your ice-cold tea and enjoy dainty desserts as you immerse yourself in an 18th-century garden party. How fun is that!
By paying for one ticket, you can experience all of this and much more. If you love Williamsburg or have children who would love to come back again and again, you won’t want to let this special promotion slip away.
And when you come, if you need a place to stay, consider staying with us at Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast! We’re less than two miles down the road from Colonial Williamsburg! We’ll give you a soft bed and a delicious breakfast to fuel your activity packed day at Colonial Williamsburg. Williamsburg, Virginia is known for its bed and breakfasts and you simply haven’t experienced the town until you’ve stayed at one.
What are your favorite spring events at Colonial Williamsburg?