"Elementary Express" - Student Tour
Williamsburg and Jamestown
Two Days/One Night
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Day 1 - Jamestown
Enjoy a “brown bag” lunch brought from home
Meet your Colonial Connections Tour Manager at Jamestown Settlement
Tour 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.
Visit the Glasshouse at Historic Jamestowne
Visit the Glasshouse of 1608 and learn the trade of 17th century glassblowing from artisans as they create glass pieces of the period.
Check-in to your Williamsburg hotel
All properties used by Colonial Connections have an indoor pool and interior corridors for added security.
Return to the hotel
Colonial Hauntings Tour (candlelight walking tour)
When darkness falls another side of Williamsburg emerges ... it's a different place after sunset - full of mystery and intrigue. 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 hotel
Private hotel security provided. Colonial Connections Tour Manager departs.
Day 2 - Williamsburg
Deluxe Continental breakfast at your Williamsburg hotel. Check-out of hotel and load luggage on motorcoach.
Depart with your Colonial Connection Tour Manager for Colonial Williamsburg
Tour 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 a boxed lunch in Bicentennial Park
Free time to explore the Historic Area or souvenir shop in Merchants Square