Scores of original buildings, hundreds of homes, shops, and public buildings are reconstructed over 301 acres – most on their original foundations. Rare animal breeds, trades, and gardens add layers of authenticity to the recreated town. At the Colonial Williamsburg Art Museums, rare treasures are clustered in every corner. Ancient objects tell the stories of the hands that held them. Our educational programs assist educators in bringing the excitement of history alive for students. Uncommon classroom resources combine historical content with modern media and teaching methods.

Sample Itinerary

Program Overview

  • Ford’s Theatre and Petersen House
  • Capitol Hill – Supreme Court, Library of Congress & US Capitol
  • Wreath Laying at Arlington National Cemetery
  • National Archives
  • White House Photo Opportunity
  • Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • The Newseum or International Spy Museum
  • Williamsburg Study Visit and Evening Program
  • Jamestown Settlement
  • Yorktown Battlefield
  •  Monuments & Memorials – Iwo Jima Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, George Mason Memorial, FDR Memorial, WWII Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, Washington Monument
  • Choice of Smithsonian Museums – National Museum of American History, National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of Air and Space, American Indian Museum
  • Nighttime Hotel Security
  • One Souvenir DVD for each participant
  • All Meals

Program Includes

  • Round trip air transportation
  • Motorcoach while touring, driver gratuity
  •  Hotel accommodations, quad/triple students, double adults
  • Breakfasts, Dinners=
  • All admissions and taxes

Destination Highlights


Capitol Hill

Lincoln Memorial

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