Currently browsing Museums
September 3, 2014
By Karen Gonzalez
The museums cater to families, with tours that engage the young ones, too.
As kids head back to school, parents can still depend on people like Christina Westenberger to find ways to make learning effortless. As assistant …
April 24, 2014
By Bill Sullivan
“A commitment to religious freedom is one of the most important achievements of the founding era precisely because it could be dangerous,” said James Sidbury, Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Professor of Humanities at Rice University, in a talk at the Dewitt Wallace Museum. But dangerous to whom? Sidbury was a featured speaker during …
March 28, 2014
This weekend, Colonial Williamsburg will mark the end of Women’s History Month by celebrating the bravery and strength of revolutionary women. Take a look at upcoming programs and check our calendar for new and updated information.
You Have My Heart: Explore Colonial Williamsburg’s art museum’s exhibit “Threads of Feeling” and learn about messages that mothers left …
March 25, 2014
By Lisa O. Monroe
How do you keep termites from eating your Van Gogh?
For expert answers to questions like this and other subjects ranging from bed bugs to rats, the Museum Pests 2014 Forum is the place to be this month.
Museum experts from the Smithsonian, Natural History Museum in London, and the Spurlock Museum …
March 20, 2014
Spring begins on Thursday, March 20, at 12:57 p.m., to be precise. It’s finally time to begin enjoying the new season of events and programs around Colonial Williamsburg.
Here are some of the top activities in the Revolutionary City this spring. For more information, check our Spring Break page.
March 16, 2014
This week, Colonial Williamsburg will continue to celebrate the bravery and strength of revolutionary women. Take a look at upcoming programs and check our calendar for new and updated information.
You Have My Heart. Explore Colonial Williamsburg’s art museum’s exhibit “Threads of Feeling” and learn about messages that mothers left with their babies at London’s Foundling …