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Healthcare Org 1, 3.21 (V) [FUN] Video - Lesson Three Virtual Field Trip

Colonial Williamsburg welcomes you this orientation will help you prepare for your journey to the past where you will experience life in Virginia's capital during the years leading up to and including the American Revolution the American Revolution began in the colonial capitals of Boston Philadelphia and right here in Williamsburg George Washington Patrick Henry Thomas Jefferson and many others advanced the principles of Liberty in this revolutionary City the transition from royal colony to Republic took place here in Virginia's capital you are about to enter the taverns parlors and public places of Williamsburg we're diverse people debated freedom and liberty participation in self-government and their rights and responsibilities as citizens as you journey through your day you will be immersed in the years leading up to the American Revolution as well as the years of the war for independence each morning begins with a major event that helps shape the colonists choice of whether they wanted to remain British subjects or become citizens of a new nation join them as they make this crucial decision and ask yourself what would I have done in the afternoons our story focuses on the war years in Williamsburg you will be caught up in the challenges and struggles faced by a people trying to live their lives against a backdrop of war and hardship become part of their story explore the challenges of day-to-day life during a time of monumental change seek opportunities to participate and by doing so challenge your perspective of what it means to be an American when making your plans consider that it takes at least one full day to begin to experience all that we have to offer the Revolutionary City is one mile long and half a mile wide please be prepared to present your ticket in order to gain access to the historic trade shops and authentically furnished public and domestic buildings you're also welcome to enjoy the many alleyways and Gardens that connect these sites with the modern day private homes offices retail stores and dining establishments that characterize a living town the Colonial Williamsburg daily map and schedule includes program information operating hours and a map to help you plan your visit with your ticket you can enjoy over 35 exhibition sites 16 trade shops two world-class art museums and much more these sites are indicated in red on your map you will also find over 20 places to shop and dine shopping locations are shown in green on your map and dining locations are shown in yellow refer to the map key to find restrooms drink machines and other discretely located 21st century conveniences your ticket allows you complimentary use of the wheelchair accessible shuttle bus system to transport you to the heart of the historic area additional shuttle stops are also available around the Revolutionary City in order to assist you in your visit we recommend taking the free shuttle service as it drops you off where the story begins but a 10-minute walk to the revolutionary city is also available the footbridge is located near the visitors center theaters and takes you past grey Hope's plantation a small rural farm typical of eighteenth-century Williamsburg's surrounding countryside your admission ticket includes access to a wide range of day programs due to space limitations some require a free reservation select daytime programs may require an additional ticket outdoor programs are offered weather permitting stay into the evenings or come back as revolutionary city continues into the night take a candlelit tour watch a historical drama or comedy or relax and enjoy a concert these programs fill up fast so make your reservations and purchase your tickets early at any ticket sales location if you are looking to top off your day in true colonial style a visit to one of our historic taverns is a must day or night each offers a lively time for the whole family and delicious authentic fare served by a costumed waitstaff whether by day or by night throughout your visit you will encounter a variety of different styles of interpretation you will meet skilled actors portraying people of the past and skilled tradesmen and trades women who are modern-day practitioners of their chosen trade through intensive study and apprenticeship you'll engage with a wide range of interpreters speaking in present tense language about events that transpired here to complement your sense of being immersed in the past for your part feel free to engage with all of our interpreters as you would engage with people in your own hometown in short please treat all with respect even if in the 18th century a person stationed race or gender might mean they were not always regarded as social equals civility and courtesy whether in past or present are essential to worthwhile conversation and engagement so by all means engage with us question us and be our partner in creating the experience you seek while one full day in the revolutionary city is our recommended minimum visit to take full advantage of our mini tours and programs we encourage you to consider an extended stay we offer a broad selection of accommodations with an easy walking distance and a pleasing variety of modern amenities such as fine dining a spa golf tennis and shopping within the city and neighboring merchants square we welcome you to Colonial Williamsburg's revolutionary city and now let your adventure begin



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Colonial Williamsburg welcomes you this orientation will help you prepare for your journey to the past where you will experience life in Virginia's capital during the years leading up to and including the American Revolution the American Revolution began in the colonial capitals of Boston Philadelphia and right here in Williamsburg George Washington Patrick Henry Thomas Jefferson and many others advanced the principles of Liberty in this revolutionary City the transition from royal colony to Republic took place here in Virginia's capital you are about to enter the taverns parlors and public places of Williamsburg we're diverse people debated freedom and liberty participation in self-government and their rights and responsibilities as citizens as you journey through your day you will be immersed in the years leading up to the American Revolution as well as the years of the war for independence each morning begins with a major event that helps shape the colonists choice of whether they wanted to remain British subjects or become citizens of a new nation join them as they make this crucial decision and ask yourself what would I have done in the afternoons our story focuses on the war years in Williamsburg you will be caught up in the challenges and struggles faced by a people trying to live their lives against a backdrop of war and hardship become part of their story explore the challenges of day-to-day life during a time of monumental change seek opportunities to participate and by doing so challenge your perspective of what it means to be an American when making your plans consider that it takes at least one full day to begin to experience all that we have to offer the Revolutionary City is one mile long and half a mile wide please be prepared to present your ticket in order to gain access to the historic trade shops and authentically furnished public and domestic buildings you're also welcome to enjoy the many alleyways and Gardens that connect these sites with the modern day private homes offices retail stores and dining establishments that characterize a living town the Colonial Williamsburg daily map and schedule includes program information operating hours and a map to help you plan your visit with your ticket you can enjoy over 35 exhibition sites 16 trade shops two world-class art museums and much more these sites are indicated in red on your map you will also find over 20 places to shop and dine shopping locations are shown in green on your map and dining locations are shown in yellow refer to the map key to find restrooms drink machines and other discretely located 21st century conveniences your ticket allows you complimentary use of the wheelchair accessible shuttle bus system to transport you to the heart of the historic area additional shuttle stops are also available around the Revolutionary City in order to assist you in your visit we recommend taking the free shuttle service as it drops you off where the story begins but a 10-minute walk to the revolutionary city is also available the footbridge is located near the visitors center theaters and takes you past grey Hope's plantation a small rural farm typical of eighteenth-century Williamsburg's surrounding countryside your admission ticket includes access to a wide range of day programs due to space limitations some require a free reservation select daytime programs may require an additional ticket outdoor programs are offered weather permitting stay into the evenings or come back as revolutionary city continues into the night take a candlelit tour watch a historical drama or comedy or relax and enjoy a concert these programs fill up fast so make your reservations and purchase your tickets early at any ticket sales location if you are looking to top off your day in true colonial style a visit to one of our historic taverns is a must day or night each offers a lively time for the whole family and delicious authentic fare served by a costumed waitstaff whether by day or by night throughout your visit you will encounter a variety of different styles of interpretation you will meet skilled actors portraying people of the past and skilled tradesmen and trades women who are modern-day practitioners of their chosen trade through intensive study and apprenticeship you'll engage with a wide range of interpreters speaking in present tense language about events that transpired here to complement your sense of being immersed in the past for your part feel free to engage with all of our interpreters as you would engage with people in your own hometown in short please treat all with respect even if in the 18th century a person stationed race or gender might mean they were not always regarded as social equals civility and courtesy whether in past or present are essential to worthwhile conversation and engagement so by all means engage with us question us and be our partner in creating the experience you seek while one full day in the revolutionary city is our recommended minimum visit to take full advantage of our mini tours and programs we encourage you to consider an extended stay we offer a broad selection of accommodations with an easy walking distance and a pleasing variety of modern amenities such as fine dining a spa golf tennis and shopping within the city and neighboring merchants square we welcome you to Colonial Williamsburg's revolutionary city and now let your adventure begin


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