Sleep Inn Williamsburg

220 Bypass Rd., Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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Travel Tips for Williamsburg

The basic leaflets

by matcrazy1

These three leaflets, on my picture, were available exclusively at the Colonial Williamsburg's Visitor Center.

This is the most important leaflet as it includes the detailed map of Colonial Williamsburg with historic points of interest, museums, stores and restaurants marked. The weekly leaflet surely includes the detailed list of numerous events, day by day, including various colonial perfomances ($12.00) and walking tours.

It gives short information on 46 points of interest and on the interpreters who help visitors to understand the various customs of 18th century's colony.

It gives information on 55 stores and 22 restaurants which are marked on the schematic maps of the Williamsburg.


by matcrazy1

The first lady was dressed in impressive summer gown. The most characteristic feauture of the 18th century gown are so called petticoats, a seperate woman's skirt-like garments worn with a gown. Women often wore many, even... 8 petticoats more for fashion than for heat, not mention any comfort.

Usually the skirt was open in the front to reveal the separate petticoat. The first lady had a little bit different, more modern and easier to fast wear, gown with many... fake petticoats. A real petticoat was a seperate cloth but an essential part of the dress and not an undergarment.

Haha, I just realised that I know personally one, over 70 years old, woman living in a small village close to my hometown in Poland, who used to wear a few skirts (something like petticoats) but exclusively for special occasions (when she goes to a church for example). Anyway, it's very unique custom in Poland, now.

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club

by Yaqui

While walking around on my Williamsburg adventure, I came across this Golf Club. I might of know that such a beautiful area would have a fancy golf club near by. I asked a gentleman who was walking towards the club if he enjoyed the course. He said he loved playing here a lot because it is so well maintained and loved the area. I understood why.

What a multi-colorued tree!

by matcrazy1

This huge muliti-colorued tree in fall colours (in the middle of October), on my picture, looked very impressive and unique for me. Well, later on, during my southern odyssey I found a lot of similar trees, but the first one was in Williamsburg.

Nothing unique? Hmm... in my country, Poland, leaves on each tree are one-colorued or almost one-coloured in the fall. I was surprised to see different colour: from bright green to bright red on each particular branch of this tree. I have never seen it before.

If you know the name of that tree, please e-mail me. Thank you :-).

Merchants Square

by b1bob about Merchants Square

Merchants Square is a collection of 40 shops and eateries just off the limits of Colonial Williamsburg. The architecture of the shops blends in nicely with the colonial setting. All manner of souvenirs and whatnots, not to mention places to eat. The prices vary, but souvenirs and tourist needs such as film are marked up.


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Address: 220 Bypass Rd., Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States