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Colonial Williamsburg Places

We know you love everything about Colonial Williamsburg! Here you will find merchandise from our most iconic places, including the Governor's Palace, the Capitol Building, historic taverns, trade shops, and the lovely gardens throughout the historic area. 

  • Jacobean Flowers and Bird Needlepoint Kit

    Recreate an image inspired by one of Colonial Williamsburg's many quilted treasures. This colorful needlepoint kit features a bird and flowers in the Jacobean style. Jacobean refers to the period of English history that coincides with the reign of James...

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  • Colonial Williamsburg King's Arms Tavern Dinnerware

    King's Arms Tavern Dinnerware

    Unabashedly regal. Still used daily at the King’s Arms Tavern. The famed lion and unicorn coat of arms of Britain’s royal Hanover line (1714-1837) embellishes this popular and historic creamware. Please note that all items in this collection...

  • Magazine Lighted Building

    The Magazine plays an important role in Williamsburg's colonial history, and now you can commemorate the structure at home! Handmade in Virginia! With a bulb inserted in the hole on the bottom of the house, the inside is lighted to reveal details of the...

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  • Palace and Carriage Panoramic Puzzle

    The elegant 18th- century town coach of Lord Dunmore rolls past Colonial Williamsburg's Governor's Palace in this panoramic puzzle. The Governor's Palace was home to seven colonial governors who represented the king of England in Virginia. Lord Dunmore...

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  • Red Lion Tavern Dishtowel

    Inspired by the widespread tavern culture of the 18th century, this brown and red dishtowel bears the emblem of a cask that says “Life’s essentials include Wine.” 28”L x 18”W.FeaturesCottonRed Lion Tavern logo and wine barrel emblemWILLIAMSBURG by Park...

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  • Shields Tavern Square Tray

    This square trinket tray bears the insignia of the Shields Tavern and the year 1745, inspired by the decor of the eponymous historic tavern in Colonial Williamsburg. 5" sq. Porcelain. Features 5" sq. PorcelainFood safeMicrowaveable and dishwasher...

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  • The Colonial Naturalist DVD

    Part 3 of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Archive Series: Colonial Life through a Lens. Filmed in 1965, this docudrama highlights Mark Catesby's first visit to the colonies, where the self-trained naturalist spent time observing his natural...

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  • Travis House Lantern Black Finish

    The charming back door lantern of the gambrel-roofed Travis House inspired this one, in glass-paned metal with black powder-coated finish. Hinged top lets you insert a 1 1/2" pillar candle or tea light. Especially effective hanging from this wrought-iron...

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  • Wooden King's Arms Tavern Ornament

    A small-scale version of our popular flat-back Colonial Williamsburg wooden building collectibles. This ornament depicts the King's Arms Tavern in full holiday regalia-along with a frosting of snow and ice. Complete with satin hanging ribbon. Made in the...

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  • Wythe Leather Document Box

    A beautiful, real-leather reproduction of an 18th-century document box in the Colonial Williamsburg collections. With a functioning lock, you'll be able to store documents and valuables with ease. 8"H x 14"W x 9 1/2"D.FeaturesReproduction Leather and...

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  • Black Dragon Hinged Cuff Bracelet - environment

    Black Dragon Hinged Cuff Bracelet

    This trendy sterling silver Black Dragon cuff bracelet is inspired by a ca. 1740 fireplace fender from England in the Colonial Williamsburg collection. Featuring a regal dragon in sterling silver, this hinged cuff is a statement piece for sure. Perfect...

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  • Blackjack Quart Mug

    Leather mugs called jacks were in common use in England and her colonies during the 17th and 18th centuries. They were "jacked" or coated in pitch to make them watertight. Light and durable, these mugs varied in sizes and shapes from pint or smaller to...

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  • Byers' Choice Tavern Girl with Pitcher

    This Byers' Choice Tavern Caroler Girl carries a ceramic pitcher and wears a red check skirt. Made in Pennsylvania, each Byers' Choice® figure is lovingly hand-detailed and dressed in period-inspired clothing. A wonderful Colonial Williamsburg memento!...

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  • Byers' Choice Tavern Man with Green Vest

    This Byers' Choice Tavern Caroler Man in a green vest carries a roll of bread and a ceramic pint. Made in Pennsylvania, each Byers' Choice® figure is lovingly hand-detailed and dressed in period-inspired clothing. A wonderful Colonial Williamsburg...

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  • Capitol Wooden Ornament

    Scaled for your tree, this wooden Capitol ornament captures the distinct charm of this historic Williamsburg building. When the capital moved to Richmond in 1780, the vacant brick mansion was put to use by American forces as a hospital following the...

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