Colonial Williamsburg's Facebook pages
Visit Colonial Williamsburg Go to page.
Visit the official fan page of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Share your favorite pictures and fondest memories from the place that brings American history alive.
Colonial Williamsburg Past and Present Podcasts Go
Explore new aspects of America's founding century each week. Listen to lively podcasts of founding fathers and lesser-known figures alongside insights from historians, curators, archaeologists and more.
Colonial Williamsburg for Teachers Go to page.
Colonial Williamsburg reaches thousands of teachers and students through the Electronic Field Trip Series, Teacher Institute, off-site teacher development programs, and curriculums for grades K-12.
Colonial Williamsburg's The Idea of America Go to page.
The Idea of America is a fully digital, web-based high school American history program that does what textbooks cannot: it immerses students in an interactive, multi-sensory learning experience.
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library - Colonial Williamsburg Go to page.
The collections of the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library focus on the history and culture of colonial British America, the American Revolution, and the early United States. Open to the public.
Colonial Williamsburg Archaeology Go to page.
Colonial Williamsburg Archaeology excavates and researches 17th- and 18th-century sites in Williamsburg's Historic Area.
The Shoemakers' Shop Go
Immerse yourself in the Shoemaker's trade. Explore the background of the ancient craft, and follow the progress of shop projects.
Brickyard Go to page.
The brickyard provides bricks and lime for the continuing preservation and restoration of Colonial Williamsburg.
The Anderson Blacksmith Shop Go to page.
Explore the Colonial Williamsburg blacksmith trade as they fashion items from iron and steel.
The Deane Shop Go to page.
The wheelwrights in the Deane Shop use 18th-century technology and techniques for transportation.
The Margaret Hunter Shop: Milliners and Mantuamakers Go to page.
Learn about Colonial Williamsburg’s millinery shop and mantua (gown) making where tradeswomen use only 18th-century tools and technology.
The Wigmaker and Barber Shop Go to page.
Discover the tools and techniques of 18th-century wigmaking and learn about colonial barber and wigmaker establishments.
The James Craig Silversmith Shop Go to page.
The silversmiths create reproduction 18th-century silver items such as hollowware, flatware, and jewelry.
The Cooperage at Colonial Williamsburg Go to page.
The Coopers produce handmade cooperage using 18th-century tools and techniques.
The Carpenters at Colonial Williamsburg Go to page.
Follow Colonial Williamsburg’s Carpenters as they reconstruct buildings using the tools and technologies of pre-industrial Virginia.