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Where to find it

Your favorite webpages and tools have a new home

Welcome to colonialwilliamsburg.org, a hybrid of all of the things you loved from colonialwilliamsburg.com and history.org. Now, you can learn more about the 18th-century, the American Revolution, and our research at the same place you can book tickets and plan your visit.

If you’re a frequent history.org visitor, you may be looking for a few of your favorite pages, and we’re here to show you their new locations!

Webcams

Don’t worry, you can still watch the snow fall on the Courthouse or check in on the summer bustle of the Market House. Click here for the new link to live web cams throughout the Foundation.

Recipes

Recipes by our Historic Foodways tradespeople can be found here. There are more coming soon!

Onsite opportunities

Want to apply to or register for the Teacher Institute, educational conferences, the Fifes and Drums, curatorial fellowships, archaeology field schools, or research fellowships? On-site opportunities like these can be found here.

Research Materials

The John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library is still your go-to center of research. Visit their page to dig into these collections and resources.

Art Museums

You can find current and upcoming exhibitions, this month’s programs, and more about The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg here.

Teacher Resources

Are you an educator? Here’s where you can find the Education Resource Library, field trip information, the Teacher Institute, and more.

Interactive Learning

We’re excited to share this interactive new way to learn about the Stamp Act. Navigate through the timeline, explore what else was happening in the world for context, and dive into this fascinating tool here.

Donate

Find out how you can make a difference in The Foundation here. Plus, you can donate from the top navigation, making it even easier to support our mission to feed the human spirit by sharing America’s enduring story.

What’s new?

In addition to your favorite pages that migrated here from history.org, check out our blog and trip planning tools!

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