Beautiful Journey–Virginia (4)
Williamsburg is a historic town restored to its former appearance in 18 century. Colonial Williamsburg shows the splendor of old times as the capital of Virginia and remains the largest living museum in the United States.
You can enjoy buildings, homes, and shops in the 18th century by strolling the street.
George Wythe House
George Wythe House shows the mood well in the Age of Enlightenment, and you can learn about simple machines used in the Revolutionary War at the Public Armory.
The tours of the Governor’s Palace start every 7-15 minutes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to look around the residence of the royal governor at the time of royal authority in Virginia.
Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg
The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg have DeWitt Wallace Decorative arts and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller’s Folk art. Also, it is located at 301 S. Nassau Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, and there are new amenities such as Museum Store and Café.