Top 20 Experience in Williamsburg

Full-Day Tour in Washington DC

Full-Day Tour in Washington DC

Travel with a guide into the Nation's Capital and learn some of the secrets about the town. We will depart with a breakfast stop around 9am. We start with visiting some popular sites at Arlington Cemetery, then make our way to many of the memorials. Lincoln, Vietnam, Korea, World War II, FDR, Dr. King are highlights. A driving tour of the city is next with picture stops of the White House and Capitol. The afternoon is free time for lunch or whatever you would like (typically around two hours). After meeting we begin to depart with a possible bonus stop before leaving the town, we arrive back Williamsburg between 8-10pm.
Full Day Historic Guided Tour to Jamestown and Yorktown with Lunch

Full Day Historic Guided Tour to Jamestown and Yorktown with Lunch

This is The Historic Triangle Tour. Travel with a local back in time and also in chronological order. We will spend the first part of our day in the 1600's and the second half in the 1700's. This is where the country began, you will see and learn history from a local. We start our day at Jamestown, the beginning 1607 with a guided tour. Our lunch stop will be next at a local restaurant where we will have an included colonial style meal. After lunch we travel into the 1700's with a battlefield tour and finishing up at the Revolutionary War Museum.
Williamsburg Ghosts, Witches and Pirates Tour

Williamsburg Ghosts, Witches and Pirates Tour

Spooks and Legends Haunted Tours has been the favorite tour in Colonial Williamsburg since 2010. These unique tours take you to the most haunted sites, including the famous Peyton Randolph House--often called the most haunted place in all of America! This tour is the only one in town to include true, fully researched ghost stories as well as stories of witch trials and witch tests. Hear details of Blackbeard's crew and their demise. We never make up stories. All of our information is fact-based and true. It is the only GHOSTS, WITCHES and PIRATES TOUR in Williamsburg!Come out and meet Our local witch Grace Sherwood and Mr. Pirate and the Infamous Blackbeard who shows up on occasion. Our tour is filled with ghostly stories and Mr. Pirate opens his treasure chest at the end for the children to take some treasures home with them. It is a fun-filled night for every age. Our guests have gotten very cool and interesting pictures of GHOSTS and ORBS! AWARDED THE BADGE OF EXCELLENCE!
The Colonial Ghost Tour

The Colonial Ghost Tour

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Explore the haunted history of Williamsbug in this hour-long Ghost Tour. You will meet your professional guide in front of the Kimball Theater in Colonial Williamsburg's Merchants Square, and will take you to the most haunted locations in the city. Along the way, you will learn about the history of Williamsburg, including the Civil War and Battle of Williamsburg. The tour is an hour long, and an extended tour is available to purchase which is 90-120 minutes long.
The Original Ghosts of Williamsburg Tour

The Original Ghosts of Williamsburg Tour

Have you ever wanted to walk through the streets of a historic town at night and discover it's hidden secrets? Then allow our expert storytellers to guide you on a candlelit walk through Colonial Williamsburg, while they share many strange stories and other-worldly happenings that have occurred over the years.

With 30 years of experience, we are Virginia's #1 and oldest Ghost Tour and have accumulated the best tales and local legends passed down through the years.

Performed in a true story telling format, our 90 min walking tour is great fun for all ages and has something for your entire family to enjoy!
PRIVATE Walking Tour through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College

PRIVATE Walking Tour through Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary College

Private tour (only your group) with a carefully planned out trail that includes the Williamsburg Inn, the Duke of Gloucester Street, the Capitol Building, the Governor's Palace, Palace Green, Merchant's Square, around William and Mary's Sir Christopher Wren building (the "College"), the Sunken Gardens and the Tyler Family Garden (aka "echo wall"). Points of interest include:

(1) The Williamsburg Inn.

(3) Take in the entirety of the Duke of Gloucester Street and some of the historic businesses.

(4) Walk around the Capitol Building.

(5) Enjoy the Palace Green and the Governor's Palace.

(6) Learn about Bruton Parish Church and Rev. Dr. D.A.R. Goodwin who began the preservation of Colonial Williamsburg.

(7) Take in Merchant's Square.

(8) Visit WM's Sir Christopher Wren building (the "College") and learn about the oldest university building in the United States and it's significant role throughout history.

(9) Enjoy a walk around WM's Sunken Gardens and the Tyler Family Garden.
Ultimate Haunted Colonial Ghost Tour

Ultimate Haunted Colonial Ghost Tour

Beginning at 10pm, this 90-minute Ghost Tour will visit some incredible historic sites such as an Indian burial site, insane asylum, and a cemetery. You will hear stories of witches, murder, betrayal, and war from your professional guide and see where most guests experience strange phenomena and report hauntings.
Colonial Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl by US Ghost Adventures

Colonial Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl by US Ghost Adventures

Join this unique pub crawl tour of historic Williamsburg, Virginia. You'll visit 3-4 of the most popular hotspots to enjoy a drink, including the Precarious Beer Project and Amber Ox Public House, among others. Most of these also happen to be haunted, so be prepared to hear some spooky stories as well. You'll also visit and hear the terrifying tales of some of the area's most historic locations between bar stops, such as the Bruton Parish Church and the George Wythe House.
Jamestown Settlement American Revolution Museum 7-Day Ticket

Jamestown Settlement American Revolution Museum 7-Day Ticket

Visit Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and immerse yourself in American Colonial history. This combo ticket provides 7 consecutive days of unlimited admission to each of historical attractions that are also connected by a 23-mile long scenic Colonial Parkway. You will have an incredible adventure imagining what life used to be like when you visit Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
Williamsburg Walking Food Tour

Williamsburg Walking Food Tour

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Explore Williamsburg and its rising food scene.  On this your you will experience a variety of Williamsburg’s food and culture. You will visit several eateries and restaurants during a 3-hour afternoon walking tour. Throughout the tour, you will visit three to four restaurants and three to four eateries such as a peanut shop, candy stores, spice and tea shops where you’ll have chocolates, wood fired pizza, gourmet mac and cheese, fudge, award winning wings, and more.

Yorktown Hallowed Ground Candlelight Walking Tour

Yorktown Hallowed Ground Candlelight Walking Tour

Yorktown Hallowed Ground Ghost Tour is the #1 ghost tour in Yorktown Virginia!

The Original Ghost Tour is the 2nd Oldest Ghost Tour in the US!
Guided Colonial Christmas Tour in Williamsburg

Guided Colonial Christmas Tour in Williamsburg

Our Christmas tour stands out from the rest! You will be taken back in time by your very own 18th century authentic costumed guide. You will hear stories of the holiday traditions throughout the centuries. We will take a stroll past the beautifully decorated homes just as they would have been in the 18th century. A wonderful way to see the town and hear the fascinating history behind the decorations! Come out and join us and make your holiday complete!
Williamsburg East Ghost Tour

Williamsburg East Ghost Tour

The only ghost tour in the world based on the first ever photo-study of ghosts! Real ghost photos, featured in the books Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, Parts 1 & 2, are shown at each stop on a large computer notebook (Samsung Galaxy). Guides will point out the exact location around or in the house or building where the photo was taken and encourage travelers to take their own photos. Tour guides will give relevant historical information pertaining to the haunting as well as personal stories encountered by the book's author and others, including interpreters and security guards from Colonial Williamsburg. Travelers will be given choices about where they would like to stop based on their interests--no tour is ever the same! The East Tour starts at the Capital and continues down Duke of Gloucester Street to the Courthouse of 1770 and walking across the Market Square to the last stop--Williamsburg's most haunted: Peyton Randolph House.
Colonial History Tour in Williamsburg Virginia

Colonial History Tour in Williamsburg Virginia

Have you ever wondered where phrases that we use daily originated? Learn about early Virginia patriots, who were key to lighting the fires for freedom, that time has somehow forgotten. You will come to realize the chances that were taken by our forefathers as they signed a document declaring our independence. Yes, join us and awaken a renewed patriotic spirit within you.
Untold Secrets of Williamsburg History Experience

Untold Secrets of Williamsburg History Experience

Colonial Williamsburg is a living history museum. We'll examine Williamsburg in its early colonial guise. You'll experience what it was like to reside in the colonial capital during a time when ruthless businesspeople, ruthless politicians, enslaved Africans, and possibly a few pirates walked these streets. Investigate the homes, business, places of government, and houses of worship that were integral to society in Colonial Williamsburg. Rewind to a period when the cries of emancipation reverberated through the halls of power and the murmurs of American independence hung thick in the air.
Colonial Williamsburg Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Colonial Williamsburg Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Don’t just learn about American history… live it! At Colonial Williamsburg, America’s Colonial past comes to life through beautifully restored architecture and authentic reenactors. Stroll down these historic streets while this tour tells you everything you need to know about Williamsburg, early America, colonial life, and more.

Williamsburg has a long and complex history that predates the creation of the United States by almost 150 years! Dig into the town’s origins, the dramatic struggles which unfolded here during the revolution, and the people who put Williamsburg on the map.

Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a password and an app. Download the app, enter the password & download the tour. When you arrive, go to the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center to start the tour. Stick to the tour route for the best experience.

No expiration — The tour comes with lifetime validity!

This isn't an entrance ticket.
The Colonial Christmas Spirits Candlelight Walking Tour

The Colonial Christmas Spirits Candlelight Walking Tour

Historic Colonial Williamsburg is once again dressed in its holiday splendor. Come join us in the celebration with us as we stroll back in time this winter season. Your holiday ghost host will lead you through this Revolutionary City by candlelight while you hear about traditions of Christmas past as well as the spirits that still linger here today.
The best of Williamsburg walking tour

The best of Williamsburg walking tour

 A live interpretation of American history. The Capitol. The other one, actually. A political foundation that gave Williamsburg its place in the Historic Triangle. Now grab a map and dive into Colonial Street. A living history museum. An homage to Colonial times. Heard of Thomas Jefferson? He lived in the Governor’s Palace. Visit the place that once served as a hospital for wounded soldiers. “The Most Historic Avenue of America”. That’s what FDR called Duke of Gloucester Street. Let our guide tell you the tales that roam this 99 ft street. And to finish off the tour: Eavesdrop on a short lecture at the College of William & Mary. Maybe, you’ll pick up something educational!
Williamsburg West Tour

Williamsburg West Tour

The only ghost tour in the world based on the first ever photo-study of ghosts! Real ghost photos, featured in the books Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, Parts 1 & 2, are shown at each stop on a large computer notebook (Samsung Galaxy). Guides will point out the exact location around or in the house or building where the photo was taken and encourage travelers to take their own photos. Tour guides will give relevant historical information pertaining to the haunting as well as personal stories encountered by the book's author and others, including interpreters and security guards from Colonial Williamsburg. Travelers will be given choices about where they would like to stop based on their interests--no tour is ever the same! The West Tour starts at the Cheese Shop in Merchants Square and continues to various buildings in Colonial Williamsburg to the last stop--Williamsburg's most haunted: the Peyton Randolph House.
Dark History Tour

Dark History Tour

Join a costumed Spooks and Legends guide on a tour of historic Colonial Williamsburg, Learn the dark history of Williamsburg and the nation’s most influential people from colonial America all the way up to “Rockefeller’s Williamsburg”.