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"America's Historic Triangle" - Adult Tour

Chapter’s 1, 2 and 3 of America’s history!


Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown

Trip Time Three Days/Two Nights

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America's Historic Triangle - Adult Tour
Colonial Williamsburg, Courtesy of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Day 1 - Jamestown


Meet your Colonial Connections Tour Manager at Jamestown Settlement


Guided tour of Jamestown Settlement

Connect with the experiences of the 17th-century colonists as you explore Jamestown Settlement, the recreation of the first permanent English settlement in America. Tour indoor galleries, talk with costumed interpreters, and visit the re-created James Fort and Powhatan Indian village. Board full-size replicas of the Susan Constant, Discovery and Godspeed - the three ships that brought settlers to Virginia in 1607.


Check-in to your Williamsburg hotel (includes round-trip baggage handling)

Choose from limited to full-service properties with exterior or interior corridors, indoor or outdoor pools, with deluxe continental breakfast or full breakfast buffet, priced from budget and moderate to deluxe.


Dinner at Captain George's Seafood Restaurant

Captain George’s legendary buffet has been heralded up and down the East Coast as one of the best collections of fresh seafood and regional cuisine available. Featuring a 70 item all-you-can-eat seafood buffet including Alaskan Snow Crab legs, steamed shrimp, Oysters Rockefeller, scallops, prime rib, and fresh broiled fish, along with a wide array of salads, entrees and desserts prepared fresh daily – there’s something for everyone.


Shopping at Yankee Candle Company

Nothing compares to Yankee Candle for creating a lasting impression. With 10,000 square feet of unique, interactive shopping and fun entertainment it's more than you can imagine. This location is one of the world's largest candle stores with 250,000 candles and more than 150 different scents.


Return to the hotel. Colonial Connections Tour Manager departs.

Day 2 - Williamsburg


Deluxe Continental breakfast at your Williamsburg hotel


Depart for Colonial Williamsburg with your Colonial Connections Tour Manager


Guided tour of Colonial Williamsburg, the Revolutionary City

Explore the nation's largest living history museum. From 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the political and cultural center of Britain's largest colony in the New World. In the shops, taverns, government buildings, homes and streets,  George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, George Mason and other Virginia Patriots debated the ideas of liberty, independence, and personal freedoms  that led to the founding of American democracy and inspired generations of Americans and others from around the world.


Enjoy lunch and shopping at Merchants Square and self-guided tours of the Revolutionary City (lunch on own)


Dinner provided at a Colonial Tavern

Taverns were not only an integral part of colonial life in America, but were also a necessity. The modes of travel and transportation of the day mandated the location of a tavern every few miles on the main thoroughfares, where tired and hungry travelers could find food and drink and a bed or floor upon which to sleep.


Colonial Hauntings Tour (candlelight walking tour)

Journey by candlelight through the streets of Colonial Williamsburg listening to eerie tales of Williamsburg's only witch trial, Black Beard and his crew, the questionable Lady Skipwith, Lucy of Ludwell and ghostly parties at the Raleigh Tavern. Some stories last more than a lifetime!


Return to the hotel. Colonial Connections Tour Manager departs.

Day 3 - Yorktown


Deluxe Continental breakfast at your Williamsburg hotel. Colonial Connections Tour Manager rejoins group and facilitates check-out and baggage handling.


Depart for Yorktown


Guided riding tour of the Yorktown Battlefield including Surrender Field and the Yorktown Victory Monument

See where American independence was won. Earthworks and siege lines mark positions of British and American forces, cannons stand ready behind the embattlements, and Surrender Field is a silent reminder of English General Cornwallis' capitulation. Visit the Yorktown Victory Monument and see Cornwallis' Cave, where legend has it that the English General and his staff sought refuge from the bombardment by American and French forces.


Lunch at Riverwalk Landing (on own)

Enjoy an eclectic mix of shops and several restaurants featuring a variety of dishes sure to tempt your palate.


Guided tour of the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

Gain a new appreciation and understanding of our nation's beginnings at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown where America's evolution from Colonial status to nationhood is chronicled. Outdoor living history areas include a re-created Continental Army encampment and 1780s farm.


Depart for home. Colonial Connections Tour Manager departs.

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