May 22, 2006
Revolutionary City program moves to morning beginning June 19
Colonial Williamsburg's Revolutionary City program moves to a morning schedule beginning June 19. The highly successful program will run from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day in the same managed access area near the Capitol at the east end of the Duke of Gloucester Street. The schedule change runs through September 4.
"We have been very encouraged by the positive response to the Revolutionary City program," said Colin Campbell, president of Colonial Williamsburg. “We are especially grateful to the City of Williamsburg for partnering with us on this adjustment."
The dramatic experience portrays the years 1774-1781 when the townspeople of Williamsburg progressed from subjects to citizens amidst momentous, world-changing events. It is a uniquely American story, presented where the events actually happened. A Colonial Williamsburg general admission ticket, a Good Neighbor pass, or a College of William and Mary ID continues to serve as passport to the Revolutionary City experience.