People of the Past at Colonial Williamsburg

101A Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, Virginia 23187
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Type: Museums & Monuments and Events & Shows
Ages: Ages 10 — adult
Cost: $$$$
Hours of operation: Varies daily
Website: www.history.org


1 Review for People of the Past at Colonial Williamsburg

December 23 2010
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"Fun with the Family"

This program at Colonial Williamsburg allows visitors to “drop in” on several eighteenth-century characters. Lanterns light the way, partly for atmosphere and partly so guests won’t step in the authentic horse poop. In the taverns you may meet Mrs. Jonathan Edwards, a merchant’s wife, who relates a Cherokee legend of how the Milky Way came to be; a tipsy sailor who tells a tall tale of Blackbeard, booty, and pirates; and Emma Johnston, who gossips about a woman who puts on airs by wearing French fashions.

 
 

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