According to RVing and Travels,
“Colonial Williamsburg is a living-museum that takes place in the old historic section of downtown Williamsburg. The 300 acre area is made up of original and restored buildings and tries to recreate what life would be like around the late 1700s. There are also people throughout the park that are dressed for the period providing tours of the buildings, live skill demonstrations (i.e. brick and wig making) and acting out large historical events (live programs) that took place in Williamsburg at the time”.
Jim Smith who went on an RV Tour to Colonial Williamsburg says,
“Colonial Williamsburg is a great stop – a step back in time, to a very important transitional period in our countrys history”
A horse-drawn carriage in Colonial Williamsburg
A revolutionary War Cannon at Colonial Williamsburg
A Blacksmith at work
Historical Dramas in and around the Museum- Thomas Jefferson Enactment
Here, take a look at an elaborate video from Mark Koep from Campground Views on RVing Into History at Colonial Williamsburg
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Have you gone RVing in Colonial Williamsburg? Tell us all about your RVing in the comments below. 😀