Williamsburg’s restoration got underway in earnest with the College of William and Mary’s Wren Building, explains Louise Kale, director of the Historic Campus.
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A long-absent address returns to Duke of Gloucester Street. Architectural Historian Ed Chappell explains the Charlton Coffeehouse reconstruction.| Transcript
Stories of famous captures are rivaled only by stories of famous escapes at Williamsburg’s Public Gaol. Tom Hay shares his favorites.| Transcript
An early plantation slumbers beneath Williamsburg’s streets and foundations.| Transcript
The Powder Magazine stood ready to arm soldiers against the oppressors of the age. Historic interpreter Chris Geist details the building’s purpose.| Transcript
With 60 percent of James Fort unexplored, the island outpost guards a wealth of stories. Bill Kelso continues the hunt for discovery.| Transcript