Williamsburg Tour

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2023 Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown Tour  

Williamsburg. The very name conjures up the images of America’s early history. There  are very few places in our country that tell a story of the earliest  days of America quite like Williamsburg, Virginia. Our tour will also  include visits to Jamestown and Yorktown.

The price of the Williamsburg tour is all inclusive except lunches.



September 17 - 20     

This tour of colonial Virginia will precede the Spiritual Heritage Tour of Washington, D.C., and Mount Vernon in  both June and September. However, you do not have to be a part of the Washington & Mount Vernon tour in order to go on the Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown tour.



$1099.°° per person based on two people per room.

$1029.°° per person based on three people per room.

$979.°° per person based on four people per room.

$330.°° extra for private room single occupancy.

All inclusive except lunches on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday



Tim Wildmon    

Tim is president of the American Family Association and American Family Radio. The Wildmon’s have 25 years of  travel experience leading groups to Washington, D.C., and the Holy Land.  

Stephen McDowell   

Stephen is a noted historian, author and  president of the Providence Foundation. He will be along to share  stories, add commentary and answer questions about Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown.  


Getting Around:   

For those flying in we will meet you at Reagan National Airport at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday where we will board out private motorcoach which will take us to dinner in Old Town Alexandria and then on to Williamsburg.  We will meet the group at Terminal B, Baggage Claim #12.  

For those driving in we will meet you at the hotel in Williamsburg.     




5 p.m. – depart airport on private motor coach    

5:30 p.m. – dinner at the famous Fish Market in Old Town Alexandria,then on to Williamsburg 

10 p.m. – arrive in Williamsburg  


7:30-8:30 a.m. – Breakfast  

8:30 a.m. – depart for Jamestown   

This morning we will tour Jamestown. In 1607, 13 years before the Pilgrims landed in Massachusetts, a group of 104 English men and boys began a settlement on the banks of Virginia's James River. They were sponsored by the Virginia Company of London, whose stockholders hoped to make a profit from the resources of the New World. The community suffered terrible hardships in its early years, but  managed to endure, earning the distinction of being America's first  permanent English colony. Here we will also learn the stories of Captain John Smith, Pocahontas and the influence of Christianity on the people.  

11:30 a.m. – Lunch

1:30 – Visit Yorktown. On October 19, 1781, the decisive military campaign of the American Revolution culminated with the British surrender to combined American and French forces under the command of George Washington. The Siege of Yorktown effectively ended the six-year struggle of the Revolutionary War and set the stage for a new government and nation.

4:00 p.m. – Free time in Williamsburg.

7:00 p.m. – Dinner at the King’s Arm’s Tavern. After Jane Vobe opened the King’s Arms Tavern in 1772, it became one of the town’s most genteel establishments. Enter the rustic reproduction tavern and be greeted by a server dressed in the fashion of the 18th century. You will love this place!


7:30-8:30 a.m. – breakfast

8:30 a.m. – Meet the tradespeople, shopkeepers, political figures, women, and the enslaved that call Williamsburg home. Learn of their hopes, struggles, and fears in these uncertain times. As you explore the challenges of daily life set against the backdrop of revolution, get caught up in the historic moments taking place around you.

Begin guided tour of Williamsburg. Sights we will visit include:

The Wren Building at the College of William and Mary
Bruton Parish Church
The Governor’s Palace
The Capitol
Noon – lunch
The Powder Magazine
George Wythe House
Public Gaol [Jail]
Raleigh Tavern
Market Square

7:00 p.m. – Dinner at the Campbell’s Tavern. Noted as George Washington’s favorite for seafood, Christiana Campbell’s Tavern is as alive today as it was in the times of the founders. Mrs. Campbell’s Tavern is decorated with the aesthetics of the 18th century. Once inside, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported in time.


7:30-8:30 a.m. – breakfast

8:30 a.m. – Free time to stroll the streets of Williamsburg and visit the many stores, shops and “watch them make it” places.     

Noon – Depart for Washington, D.C..   

4:00  p.m. – Arrive at Hyatt Centric Arlington hotel where we will begin our Spiritual Heritage Tour of Washington and Mount Vernon. The bus will drop anyone flying out at Reagan airport by 3:30 p.m.

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