Wyndham Patriots Place

725 Bypass Road, (formerly Fairfield Patriots' Place), Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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Any one go on a Ghost Tour???

by 1smartblonde

We are going in the weekend of Oct 20 and since its Halloween time thought we would get into the spirit and go on a ghost tour. I know their a tourist trap but, it is something for the kids to do in the evening. I found two on the Internet.
1. Run by the Williamsburg organization called:
"Legends,Mysteries,Myths,and Ghosts" tour
2. Run by a Private operator called:
"Ghosts of Williamsburg" Tour

I also saw one in Yorktown. Has anyone been on any of these? Or has an opinion if one is better than the other?

RE: Any one go on a Ghost Tour???

by BadDrachenfels

Go. it was worth it.Can't remember whcih is better. I went to the one selling tickets on the main street.

RE: Any one go on a Ghost Tour???

by princessdorrie

duh....go to the witch trials. there at the capital and they are great. my kids are older and they really enjoyed the show. there are also lots of free things to do. you can take fencing lessons, enjoy acting classes for the kids, and of course the tatoo. the old church in the historic district also has a free (alright, just for donations) program almost every night. we have seen bell ringers, solo artists, chamber music, and oratory.) we probably had one of our favorite vacations there ever, and my kids have been a lot of places.

RE: RE: Any one go on a Ghost Tour???

by Care824

Haven't been on the Yorktown tour. I have been on the CW ghost tour. Very creepy, but we got lucky with a foggy night. So what if it's cheesy, it's fun!

If you're there multiple nights, Busch Gardens also runs a Halloween theme during October with later hours, etc.

RE: Any one go on a Ghost Tour???

by bnj

We've been on the legends and ghosts tour and really enjoyed it. I didn't think of it as a tourist trap, but rather a great evening spent learning something new. Our kids loved carrying the lanterns around the town as the leader of the tour spoke.

Travel Tips for Williamsburg

Williamsburg Tip

by MegSmith252

I particularly enjoyed the Candlelight choral concert at the Bruton Parish Church - a church which was consecrated before my own country was discovered.
A visiting choir of young men performed many classical pieces and after the break American song. The finale was 'America the Beautiful' where the audience was invited to join in. I joined in too, even though I'm an Aussie. It was a magical experience.

A Great Time to Visit is at Christmas!

by deecat

If you are tired of the commercial Christmas, then you might want to try to see Colonial Williamsburg during the holiday season. Williamsburg starts the celebration on the first Sunday in December with the Grand Illumination ceremony, which is their start to the Christmas season.

Williamsburg is most well known for its creative use of "natural decorating materials". The houses and public buildings are decorated with crafted arrangements of pine, boxwood, Frasier fir, magnolia leaves, holly, and fruits and berries. Guides lead tours through the historic area and describe the techniques and materials used in the making of the various decorations.

This year (2004),they were to have a conference and classes on this very topic.

I guess for some families, it's a tradition to come to Colonial Williamsburg each year...some have come as newly weds and now bring their own grandchildren! Remember, it is crowded during the holiday seasons so you have to make reservations early.

You can enjoy a candle-lit holiday feast at a Colonial tavern; take in the production of Babes in Toyland at the Kimball Theatre; take part in caroling at various locations throughout town; go to the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum and learn how children of the past amused themselves at "Child's Play: A Celebration of Antique Toys"; take a Christmas Decorations Walking Tour; or learn how Colonial-era enslaved Africans celebrated Christmas at "Everybody's Shoutin' at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum. There is a one-man show performed by Gerald Charles Dickens, the great-great-grandson of Charles Dickens doing A Christmas Carol.

Side chimneys and gable roofs

by matcrazy1

Most residential houses of colonial Williamsburgs have brick side chimneys and gable roofs.

The brick chimney is built outside the main building, added to its side wall. Larger houses have two symmetrical chimneys on both side walls.

The sloping roof of an average colonial house is very steep and sometimes it covers two floors of the house - lower one with dormer windows of bedrooms and upper one with no windows.

"Visit the Crim Dell Bridge for a Romantic Spot"

by tetonski1

This place is behind the College of William and Mary, in the middle of the campus back in the woods. The bridge crosses the Crim Dell Creek, and is considered to be one of the most romantic spots in the world according to Playboy Magazine.

Legend has it that if you kiss your significant other on the bridge, then you are destined to live the rest of your lives happily together.

Carter's Grove Plantation

by upesnlwc

Located eight miles southeast of the Historic Area on the James River, Carter's Grove was home to Virginia's earliest settlers in the 1600s, to proud plantation owners and enslaved field workers in the 1700s and 1800s, and to a 20th-century couple who preserved and embellished the property's historic appeal in the 1930s and 1940s. The stately Georgian mansion has been called "the most beautiful house in America." The grounds include the reconstructed 18th-century slave quarters, which represents life as it was lived by the vast majority of the inhabitants of the Chesapeake ? both black and white. Two double houses, a corncrib, a single-family dwelling, small garden plots, and chicken pens positioned around a courtyard represent a small slave community.

Also located on the property is Wolstenholme Towne, a partially reconstructed settlement and fort, and The Winthrop Rockefeller Archaeology Museum



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Address: 725 Bypass Road, (formerly Fairfield Patriots' Place), Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States