Williamsburg and Hampton Roads Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Williamsburg and Hampton Roads - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Weston Manor

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Weston Manor, built in 1789 by the Gilliam family, is a classic example of Virginia Georgian architecture, a formal five-bay manor with...

Westover Plantation

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This home was built circa 1720 by Colonel William Byrd II (1674–1744), an American aristocrat and founder of the city of Richmond who...

Wetherburn's Tavern

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Beginning in 1743 Wetherburn's Tavern offered refreshment, entertainment, and lodging and may be the most accurately furnished building...

Williamsburg Winery

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Carrying on a Virginia tradition of wine making that began with early settlers, Virginia's largest winery produces 60,000 cases yearly.

Windmill of Colonial Williamsburg

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On the outskirts of the historic area is Windmill of Colonial Williamsburg, formally known as Robertson's Windmill, a Colonial mill for...

Wren Building

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The College of William and Mary, founded in 1693, is the second-oldest college in the United States after Harvard University. The campus...

Yorktown Battlefield

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Yorktown Battlefield preserves the land where the British surrendered to American and French forces in 1781. The museum in the visitor...

Yorktown Victory Center

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On the western edge of Yorktown Battlefield, the Yorktown Victory Center has wonderful exhibits and demonstrations that bring to life...

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum

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One block from the waterfront and about three blocks from the paddle-wheel ferry landing, this museum offers a history of Portsmouth,...

Adam Thoroughgood House

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Inland from the shore is the early-18th-century Adam Thoroughgood House, named for the prosperous plantation owner who held a land grant...

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