McKenzie Apothecary

McKenzie Apothecary is a seasonal, small counter-service concession offering drinks and light refreshments. Open seasonally.

Merchants Square Office

An admission pass is necessary for access to Colonial Williamsburg exhibition sites, art museums, and most daytime programs. A variety of admission pass options provide for single day, multiple day, or year-round access. Purchase passes and get information about Colonial Williamsburg programs and events at the Merchants Square Office.

Gateway Building

Visit the Gateway Building for Colonial Williamsburg information. Children will enjoy the Kid's Corner and try their hand at one of the self-guided activities. Orientation Walking Tours are available here with your admission pass.

Lumber House Ticket Office

Visit the Lumber House Ticket Office to purchase Colonial Williamsburg admission passes and to reserve passes to special programs.

A variety of admission pass options provide for single day, multiple day, or year-round access. Some events and evening programs may require an additional separate ticket.

Kimball Theatre Box Office

The Kimball Theatre is home to current films and live performances and is at the center of Williamsburg’s community activities. Creative programming alliances with the College of William and Mary, community organizations, and Colonial Williamsburg link our past with the present.

Shows may sell out in advance. Please call 1-800-447-8679 to confirm availability.

Revolutionary City

Colonial Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City is a dynamic event that reflects Williamsburg’s role in one of America’s defining historical periods. Be a part of the activities at the east end of the Historic Area and witness the collapse of the royal government and revolutionary citizens at war. Join the Revolution!

All events and exhibit sites are subject to change; admission ticket required. Revolutionary City is performed during the spring, summer and fall seasons. Outdoor programs may not be presented during bad weather.

Chowning’s Tavern

Josiah Chowning opened his tavern in 1766 appealing to the “ordinary sort.” Popular lore asserts that the modern sandwich has its origin in the 18th century and was named after John Montagu, the fourth earl of Sandwich. Today’s diners can partake of freshly prepared lunch fare featuring stew and sandwiches served by a gracious wait staff. Purchase and refill Souvenir Mugs here.

Lunch served 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

A full evening menu is now offered featuring main courses to satisfy townspeople and travelers alike. Dinner offered 5–9 p.m. Reservations required. Casual attire.

Gold Course Clubhouse Grill at the Golden Horseshoe

Dine inside the clubhouse, or enjoy your meal on the outdoor terrace overlooking the Gold Course. Menu items include a contemporary selection of sandwiches, soups, salads, and tempting desserts. Casual attire.

Dining is also available at the Green Course Clubhouse Grill at the Golden Horseshoe. Sweeping views of the 18th green and a tree-lined fairway complement the cuisine at this modern clubhouse. Menu items include sandwiches, soups, salads, and delicious desserts. Casual attire. Seasonal, closed in winter.

Museum Cafe

Take time out from your explorations of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg to enjoy some light fare. The cafeteria menu features sandwiches, salads, and soups and includes vegetarian options. Tea, coffee, and wine are available, too. Located on the lower level of the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum.

Raleigh Tavern Bakery

Satisfy your hunger and quench your thirst with cookies, biscuits, rolls, cider, King's Arms Tavern Ginger Ale, Chowning's Tavern Root Beer, coffee and hot chocolate. Located behind the Raleigh Tavern, the bakery is open daily for walk-in traffic.

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