We have several tours lined up that will showcase our amazing state; from a visit back in time to Colonial Williamsburg to an unforgettable tour aboard the USS Battleship Wisconsin, it will be a day full of American history.
8:00 a.m. departure time from the Kingsmill. A four-hour guided tour of Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area. You will tour the Governor's Palace, Capitol, Raleigh Tavern and learn of the debates that raged in the years leading to independence. Visit a trade shop and historic houses and discover something about the everyday life of Williamsburg's 18th-century residents. Located adjacent to Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area is Merchants Square, an 18th-century style retail village with over 40 shops and restaurants so lunch will be on your own for this tour.
8:00 a.m. departure time from Kingsmill. A guided tour of Historic Jamestown where you will see and hear about the lastest archaeological discoveries at an active archaeological dig site. Then, a guided tour of the Jamestown Settlement; Jamestown Settlement tells the story of the 17th-century Virginia. Climb aboard re-creations of the three large ships that sailed from England to Virginia in 1607 and explore life-size re-creations of the colonists' fort and a Powhatan village. Boxed lunches will be provided for this tour.
9:00 a.m departure time from the Kingsmill. A guided tour of the Battleship Wisconsin, one of the largest and last battleships built by the U.S. Navy. Walk her teak decks and interior areas of the ship, including the Captain's cabin, Admiral's cabin, Combat Engagement Center, Flag Bridge, Navigation Bridge, Quartermaster's space and more. Then enjoy a self-guided tour of the Hampton Roads Naval Museum. Boxed lunches will be provided for this tour.
7:00 a.m. departure time from Kingsmill. A guided tour of the Mid-Lothian Mines Park, one of the first coal mining sites in Virginia. Virginia AML partnered with Chesterfield County to help reclaim and preserve Mid-Lothian Mines Park. Then travel to the boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson, The Tuckahoe Plantation, where Thomas Jefferson spent his youth and recieved his first education. Boxed lunches will be provided for this tour.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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