Archive for March, 2013

What’s happening Easter Weekend in Williamsburg, VA?

March 26th, 2013 by wdtp

What is there to do in Williamsburg this weekend? 3/31 and 3/31?

  • You can start with the Muscarelle Museum as it announces the first Mattia Preti Monographic exhibtion in the United States. Conveniently located across the street from the Inn, just walk over after breakfast on Saturday morning.
  • You could try the spring fling at the Williamsburg Yankee Candle where you will find weekend events to include on March 30th, the Hedgehog Chainsaw Artisans. Come and see the Hedgehogs Woodworks as they sculpt a variety of Paradise themed stautes out of logs.
  • For Lunch on Easter Sunday, March 31, stop by at the Trellis Restaurant, right down the street in Merchant Square where you can enjoy Glazed Easter Ham, whipped sweet potatoes and spring vegetables….and don’t forget dessert, a Strawberry-Almond Tart topped with rhubarb sauce and homemade vanilla ice cream.
  • After lunch walk over to the Abby Adrich museum to enjoy some Tramp Art. Explore this art through the study of 6 objects ranging from a doll sized roll top desk to a 7 foot tall cheval glass.

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  • Enjoy the New Town Art gallery this month with guest artist Lori Jakubow!

 

 

Wonderful events are happening all weekend here in Williamsburg so don’t forget to book your room in advance. A Williamsburg White House 757-229-8580

Virginia Colonial Historic Vacation`

March 17th, 2013 by wdtp

Stay for three nights, enjoy two passes to 5 Historic Sites as well as lunch one day at a Colonial Tavern. See Details.

Jamestown Settlement, “Military Through the Ages”

March 15th, 2013 by wdtp

jamestown military through the agesA Do Not Miss Event in Jamestown Settlement

March 16-18, 2013 in Jamestown Settlement, over 30 units will depict the First Century to Modern Times.

Hundreds of re-enactors will descend on Jamestown Settlement and celebrate this annual event.

Ancient Romans to Virginia Army National Guard re-enactors will set up camp this weekend.
Come and enjoy Artillery Firings, Military Pass-In-Review where 4 centuries of artillery will be demonstrated.
Re-enactors will set up camp sites, clothing and cooking presentations as well as field demonstrations.