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Colonial Williamsburg Revolutionary City

February 23rd, 2011 Comments off

Colonial Williamsburg Revolutionary City

There is nothing virtual about the reality of their application in person, face to face, or to defend against freedom. How do you say?

Revolutionary City, Colonial Williamsburg innovative program where customers can chat with the actor-performers, who did not respond. But as those who joined the side of George Washington and praised the passion of Patrick Henry, you are prompted. Is this true. You do not look at a video monitor.

personal visitors since women may be surprised when they are victims of discrimination of all married women in the reporting period: Excuse me, lady of the morning, her husband decided to participate in these activities? A not so subtle reminder of a time when words like “freedom” and equality is not a lifestyle.

connecting visitors to the American colonial struggles for personal freedom, we expect guests will reflect on the freedoms that were granted the benefits of citizenship and our democratic process, said Rex Ellis, vice President Historic Area Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s. The City of the Revolution, which breaks the traditional boundaries of the history of life experiences, is scheduled for March 20, 14:30-16:30 daily events to run until 2006. Every revolutionary experience of the city is staged in an outdoor streetscape, buildings and surrounding land located at the eastern end of the colonial city of Williamsburg.

extraordinary presentation of these extraordinary times, from 1774-1781, is to be a two-day event, with the first day focusing on the collapse of royal government, and the second day being a subject of Citizens war.

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expert mode actor-performers, guests can spend two days on the side of the heroes who have shaped a number of all days of the American Revolution, many with a historical connection must now lives.

streets dedicated to the revolutionary program of the city comes alive with a variety of spontaneous events, however, the historical truth, both large and small, allowing customers to participate as if they were, in fact, Americans of new nation. Customers can choose from a range of interchangeable events scheduled every day, and weave their own roles in history. The range of experiences allows the revolutionary program of the city to stay new, dynamic and attractive to each visit. Many of the challenges faced by colonial Americans are similar to challenges we face today, “said Ellis. Families are torn apart by war, parents and children discuss what is right and wrong and political debates are a daily reality.

While guests are encouraged to join the revolution, participation in events is not necessary. Visitors with a Colonial Williamsburg admission ticket can usually enter and exit the Revolution City area who wish to program. Colonial Williamsburg Historic adjacent to continue operating during the hours of presentation, offering its highly esteemed attractions, exhibitions and experiences. Few of those who immerse themselves in history to miss the performance of men and women, rich and poor, free and slave, who constitute the population Williamsburg challenging the colonial city of the Revolution.

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is a nonprofit institution of education that preserves and operates the restored 18th century capital of Virginia. subsidiary foundations, Colonial Williamsburg Company, handles a wide range of hospitality businesses, including Williamsburg Inn, Williamsburg Lodge, Woodlands Hotel and Suites, 28 individual houses and colonial Governors Inn. Also in the hotel are two conference centers and 45-hole Golden Horseshoe Golf Club. Williamsburg is located 150 miles south of Washington, DC, off Interstate 64. For more information, call toll free at (800) HISTORY or online visit

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