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Colonial Williamsburg, VA
Williamsburg School Trips
Williamsburg Tours for Middle School, High School and College Students
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As a nationally recognized student tour operator, EA Tours specializes in custom designing your tour - your way! Listed on this
site are sample tour itineraries that you can use as a basis for your tour.
DAY 1: This morning your group will depart for Williamsburg, Virginia. Upon arrival, you will check-in to your hotel. After dinner at a
nearby restaurant, your group will return to the hotel for a lesson in 18th Century Early American Medical Practices.
DAY 2: Following breakfast, a morning departure is scheduled to begin our memorable sightseeing. Our entire day is devoted to
Colonial Williamsburg. This historic and picturesque city is one of the places where modern America began and many great ideas
of our republic were written into law. Our guided visit will take us to such places as the "Governor's Palace," the Public Gaol (oldtime
jail), wigmaker (barbershop), and post office. Known to such great patriots as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and
Patrick Henry, Williamsburg will certainly prove to be a highlight of your American history lesson. Your afternoon sightseeing takes
us for a visit to Carter's Grove Plantation. Built in 1750, a 1929 renovation led to the mansion's designation as "the most beautiful
house in America." The grounds at Carter's Grove contain an 18th-century agricultural area, slave quarter, and archaeological museum.
Dinner tonight is included and will be served in a local restaurant. Your evening continues with a walking tour and candlelight
visit of Colonial Williamsburg.
DAY 3: Today will be spent at the Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center. Here you will experience the story of
America's beginning through museums, exhibits, and interactive displays. In the Yorktown Victory Center, you will discover a display
of the Declaration of Independence and exhibits on how people from different cultures shaped a new society with the Constitution
and the Bill of Rights.
DAY 4: Following breakfast, you will continue your adventure with a visit to Monticello, the former home of President Thomas Jefferson. Unlike
so many homes of the great, Monticello has a lived-in quality that endears it to ordinary standards. Inspired by 16th century
Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, Monticello sits atop a small mountain; thus its name. There are also several outbuildings
to visit, including a kitchen and wine cellar. Lunch and dinner will be served locally. This evening, you will transfer to the
airport for our return flight home, taking with you unforgettable memories of your incredible journey.
** Please remember, this itinerary is simply a sampling of what is available.
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