A living history museum dated in 1774, it has special programs and restored buildings and costumed guides. Experience Colonial Life by exploring the trades, politics, and aspects of 18th-century living. [Description from dmoz]
The colony of Virginia lives, thanks to The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Boasting a notable history.org Web address, the organization is responsible for the restoration, preservation, and interpretation of 18th-century Williamsburg, Virginia. Williamsburg served as the colony's capital from 1699 to 1780. In addition to maintaining a 301-acre living history museum, the not-for-profit educational foundation engages in historical research, publishes scholarly and popular works, and produces educational films and recordings. Preservation efforts at Williamsburg were launched by the Rev. Dr. W. A. R. Goodwin and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., in 1926. The foundation was established in 1928. [Description from Hoover's]
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