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Colonial Williamsburg Admission with Historical Reenactments

Visit: Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VirginiaColonial Williamsburg’s historic area covers more than 300 acres, with 88 original 18th-century structures, plus hundreds of houses, shops and public buildings that have been rebuilt on their original foundations. Duration: 4 hoursVisit: Public Hospital Museum, Williamsburg, VirginiaWalk among the haunting voices of past inhabitants of this "part jail, part infirmary" hospital ward. The first if its kind in North America, this facility, dedicated solely to care of the mentally ill, used treatments that would be unheard of today.Duration: 15 minutesVisit: Governor's Palace, Williamsburg, VirginiaEnter the years immediately before the Revolution and experience the grandeur of royal government in Virginia just before its collapse. Feel the tension between the rulers and the ruled in this revolutionary time as the British government's authority was increasingly questioned. Home to seven royal governors and the first two elected governors in Virginia, the Palace was meant to project British authority and wealth. From the large display of period swords and guns to the elegant décor and grand ballroom, the Palace was built to impress.Duration: 20 minutesVisit: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, Williamsburg, VirginiaArt is in the eye of the beholder. In the galleries of the folk art museum, you'll discover an amazing variety of paintings, sculptures, and other objects created by talented, self-trained artists and craftsmen. In fact, it's one of the largest collections of American folk art.Duration: 30 minutesVisit: DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Williamsburg, VirginiaThe DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum houses a variety of the "finer things," including the world's largest collection of southern furniture and one of the largest collections of British ceramics outside England. Relax in the Portrait Gallery, attend a lecture or musical event in the Hennage Auditorium, or take part in a hands-on activity in the Education Studio.Duration: 30 minutesVisit: Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, Williamsburg, Virginiathis three-centuries-old Episcopal church has hosted many famous patriots. At the time of the Revolution the Church of England was the official church, and all Virginians were expected to attend regularly. Ask knowledgeable parish volunteers your questions or attend one of the Sunday services in this original building, which still serves an active community.Duration: 15 minutes

$18 Cultural & Theme Tours

Williamsburg Ghosts and Witches Combination Tour

The Combo Tour Ticket will complete your night. What better way to spend an evening than with ghosts and witches, in the dark town of Williamsburg. These two tours are offered together, at a very low price. Each tour is unique. You will not want to miss a minute of the gory details. The Witches of Williamsburg Tour takes you to the darker end of town, where you will walk down hauntingly quiet and eerie streets. Hear of the many witch trials in Virginia, beginning in 1626. Learn of the strange and frightening ways they tested for witchcraft. Who exactly ate those witches cakes made of urine and rye meal? On your way to the old jail, listen carefully for the creeks of the Wagon of Death, over on old Nicholson Street. Could the Wagon be coming for criminals housed in the jail? The gallows are just down the road a bit, where cheering crowds are awaiting the gruesome hanging. Follow your guide to the very haunted Booker Tenement, and the Jones family graveyard, where young Ida is often seen hovering over the graves. Stories of Blackbeard and his headless body, conspiracy at the Raleigh Tavern, ghosts, 18th century trivia, add to the dark secrets of this town.This tour is a top rated ghost tour in Williamsburg! Your guide is 18th century costumed, in-character tour guides; Ghosts, Skeletons, Apparitions, Orbs often seen and heard. No props or gimmicks, it is the real thing. This is not a history tour, it is based on fully researched, experienced ghostly encounters. Late night Witch Tours take you on the darkest streets of Williamsburg. Experience Blackbeard, conspiracy, 18th century trivia, a bit of ghost and the old jail and graveyard.

$66 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Williamsburg Walking Food Tour

This tour is great for both visitors and guests who want to explore the culinary side of Williamsburg. Your tour departs from St. Merchant's Square at 2pm and lasts approximately three hours.This tour includes visits to and samplings at seven of the eight following locations (subject to change): 1) Wythe Candy Shop: assortment of chocolates 2) Peanut Shop: variety of peanuts3) Kilwins: freshly made fudge4) Spice and Tea Exchange: surprise bag, tasting of sugars and spices5) Blue Talon Bistro: gourmet mac and cheese7) Justified bake shop: Sampling of goods based owners choosing 8) Paul's Deli: Made from scratch pizza, made from locally sourced ingredients9) College Deli: Hot Holly Sandwich10) Green Leafe Cafe: Flight tasting of local beers

$15.40 Cultural & Theme Tours

Hour-Long Ghost Tour of Williamsburg, Virginia

You will meet your professional guide in front of Kimball Theater, on Duke of Gloucester Street. The ghost tour walk through the historic colonial area of Williamsburg and throughout the tour you may witness hauntings that are commonly experienced on tours, and not simply "orbs" on cameras. Your guide will take you through the history of Willaimsburg, dating back to the Civil War. Along the way, you will learn about the history and events that have made Williamsburg such a haunted destination. The ghost tour is based on factual historic events aided by renowned psychics and investigators.  Interviews with former Colonial Williamsburg staff have been conducted for the purpose of enriching the stories you will hear on your ghost tour through the Colonial Williamsburg area and William and Mary's historic campus.

$23 Cultural & Theme Tours

Small-Group Tour: Ultimate Williamsburg Ghost Tour

Meet your professional guide in front of Kimball Theater in Colonial Williamsburg's Merchants Square, on Duke of Gloucester Street. Our Ghost tours walk through the Historic Colonial area of Williamsburg and throughout the tour you may witness hauntings that are commonly experienced on tours, and not simply "orbs" on cameras.  Experience Williamsburg’s nationally recognized ghost tour. This guided walking tour will take you to the most haunted locations in Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary where you’ll learn about the history of each stop, the amazing events that happened in those locations, and the hauntings that still persist to this day.  Our tours are based on factual historic events aided by renowned psychics and investigators.  We have conducted our own interviews with former Colonial Williamsburg staff and investigate to enrich the stories you will hear on your ghost tour through the Colonial Williamsburg area and William and Mary's historic campus.

$65 Cultural & Theme Tours

TOUR OF THE BOROUGHS (CONTRASTS)

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Harlem, New York City, New YorkWe started the tour through Harlem and the area called El Barrio (Latin Harlem) in northern Manhattan.Stop At: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New YorkYankee Stadium in Concourse, Bronx, New York City, is the home ballpark for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB), and also the home field for New York City FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). Duration: 15 minutesStop At: New York City Police Department - 42nd PrecinctA very famous place since there filmed scenes from the film Fort Apache the Bronx with the participation of Paul NewmanDuration: 15 minutesStop At: I Love The Bronx Mural, Tats CruOne of the most famous Graffiti of the Bronx districtDuration: 15 minutesPass By: Queens West Sports FieldMalba, a nice and traditional private urbanization, with its beautiful homes.Stop At: Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, New York Flushing Meadows passing in front of the Citi field (Mets baseball) and Arthur Ashe (US Open tennis), Unisphere very famous for the movie men in black Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Cositas RicasWe make a rout of the most important latin area of Queens to make a short stop to have a coffee and rest a littleDuration: 25 minutesStop At: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New YorkWe completed our tour going to Brooklyn where we visit the Williamsburg neighborhood, where we find the largest concentration of Orthodox Jews in New York City.Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, New YorkThe tour ends with crossing bridges, Manhattan or Brooklyn, At the end, some passengers decided to stay in Brooklyn as they want to cross the bridge on footDuration: 10 minutesPass By: Chinatown, New York City, New YorkThe end of the tourPass By: Tour Contrastes de Nueva YorkLa excursión Contrastes de Nueva York, creación propia de nuestra empresa, es la ruta más completa y entretenida de la ciudad. Pasaremos por Harlem y El Barrio (latino) en el norte de Manhattan. Cruzamos el Harlem River y entramos en el famoso South Bronx donde visitamos barrios como Melrose y Morrisania, escenarios de tantas películas. Hacemos paradas frente al Yankee Stadium, la comisaría 42 y grafitis. Viajamos a Queens donde visitaremos el Barrio Malba, una bonita urbanización privada, con sus majestuosas casas, Flushing Meadows pasando frente al estadio A. Ashe, la Bola del Mundo y las zonas latinas, Corona y Jackson Heights, donde hacemos una parada para servicios. Completamos nuestro recorrido yendo a Brooklyn donde visitaremos el barrio Williamsburg/Crown Heights y encontraremos la concentración de judíos ortodoxos más grande de la ciudad. No te lo pierdas, te invitamos a conocer todo esto y mucho más con los originales, de la famosa excursion Contrastes de Nueva York.