As the folk song “Richmond is a Hard Road to Travel” reminds us, the Battle of Williamsburg was a particularly difficult one in the Confederate Army’s Peninsula Campaign from Fort Monroe to Richmond. The day following the battle, the Union Army occupied the town.
Join us for an exploration of that tragic experience and its impact on Williamsburg’s history.
(Tour time: approx. 90 minutes.)
ADVANCE TICKETS REQUIRED
THESE ARE OUTDOOR WALKING TOURS. WE DO NOT GO INSIDE THE HOUSES.
This tour will depart from The Capitol Building (499 E. Duke of Gloucester Street, in the Capitol Circle. You can reach us through the Colonial Williamsburg bus system, by foot from many hotels, and by car.
$16 (Children 7-13)
Children 6 and under FREE!