This historic home embodies the story of Williamsburg’s rescue from decay by John D. Rockefeller and W.A.R. Goodwin. Cynthia Nothstine shares the story of the Rockefeller’s beloved country home.
Historic sites can speak volumes if you know what to listen for. Professor Jim Whittenburg on how to get the most out of site visits.| Transcript
You can’t build a town without wood. Master Carpenter Garland Wood describes a Williamsburg built completely by hand.| Transcript
Williamsburg’s streets are rich with the history of two wars.| Transcript
Objects take their places in a scene that suggests a bustling social hub. Curator Kim Ivey describes the interior of Charlton’s coffeehouse.| Transcript
Historian Cary Carson describes creating a narrative framework for Colonial Williamsburg that made room for the stories of black Virginians.| Transcript