Thanksgiving in Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving in Colonial Williamsburg

First celebrated in Virginia in 1619 at Berkeley Plantation, the Thanksgiving tradition continues in Colonial Williamsburg. Where else would you enjoy dining in one of the 3 Colonial Taverns? Candlelit rooms, costumed servers and authentic Turkey dinner…Walk the streets of Colonial Williamsburg and enjoy the tranquility of a bygone era. Horse drawn carriages, costumed interpreters all add to the ambiance of Thanksgiving. Leaves are falling in autumn colors, cool temperatures in the evening and the smell of wood burning fireplaces. If you missed the opportunity to enjoy Thanksgiving in Williamsburg this year , put it on your calendar for next year. You won’t be sorry!  Happy Thanksgiving to all…

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