Foofeasts, Colonial history and Black Friday shopping that’s how we do Thanksgiving in Williamsburg. There’s never a better time to celebrate Colonial times than Thanksgiving in Williamsburg. Visit the site of America’s first Thanksgiving in 1619, Berkeley Plantation..
Thanksgiving in Williamsburg is a special time to enjoy loved ones and create memorable holiday moments. Thanksgiving also kicks off the Christmas Season with miles of decorations in Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area which is open Thanksgiving Day, and Busch Gardens Christmas Town which opens Friday November 212..
0183 32 Owner description Discover Colonial Williamsburg and become a citizen of the Revolutionary City. Engage with the local community and experience firsthand the daily struggles of wartime. Explore our art museums, unleash your kids’ inner colonists, tee off a game of golf, or relax and unwind at the Spa. Stay at one of the official Colonial Williamsburg .
That first Thanksgiving took place at today’s Berkeley Plantation on the banks of Virginia’s James River after 38 British settlers landed on Dec. 4, 1619, two years before the more famous festivities in Plymouth, M They celebrated “a day of thanksgiving to Almighty God,” reading from the Book of Common Prayer. There was no grand meal. In fact, they likely fasted, a .
Colonial Williamsburg offers five different hotels, from the pricey but unforgettable Williamsburg Inn starting at $415 double occupancy to their budget minded Governor’s Inn $80 weekdays . “Colonial Thanksgiving” is from the November 2003 issue of Southern Living. Because prices, dates, and other specifics are subject to change, please check all information to make sure .