Sights & Attractions in Williamsburg and Hampton Roads

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Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
This collection, within the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum...
Museums / Galleries Colonial Williamsburg
 
Brush-Everard House
Built in 1717 by John Brush, a gunsmith, and later owned by Thomas...
Houses / Mansions Colonial Williamsburg
 
Courthouse
The original Courthouse of 1770 was used by municipal and county...
Government Buildings Colonial Williamsburg
 
Duke of Gloucester Street
The spine of Colonial Williamsburg's restored area is the broad...
Neighborhoods / Streets Colonial Williamsburg
 
Hermitage Foundation Museum
An early-20th-century estate of the Sloane family, The Hermitage...
Museums / Galleries Norfolk
 
James Anderson's Blacksmith Shop
At James Anderson's Blacksmith Shop, smiths forge the nails...
Historic Districts / Sites Colonial Williamsburg
 
Magazine
The original Magazine (1715), an octagonal brick warehouse, was...
Military Sites Colonial Williamsburg
 
Market Square
An open green between Queen and Palace streets along Duke of...
Squares Colonial Williamsburg
 
Moses Myers House
The Federal redbrick Moses Myers House, built by its namesake...
Museums / Galleries Norfolk
 
Palace Green
The handsome Palace Green runs north from Duke of Gloucester...
Squares Colonial Williamsburg
 
Public Hospital
A reconstruction of a 1773 insane asylum, the Public Hospital...
Hospitals Colonial Williamsburg
 
Robertson's Windmill
On the outskirts of the historic area is Robertson's Windmill...
Windmills Colonial Williamsburg
 
St. Paul's Church
Constructed in 1739, St. Paul's Church was the only building...
Religious Sites Norfolk
 
Wetherburn's Tavern
Beginning in 1743 Wetherburn's Tavern offered refreshment, entertainment...
Historic Districts / Sites Colonial Williamsburg
 
Williamsburg Winery
Carrying on a Virginia tradition of wine making that began with...
Wineries / Breweries Colonial Williamsburg
 
Wren Building
The College of William and Mary, founded in 1693, is the second-oldest...
Educational Institutions Colonial Williamsburg
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