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Colonial Williamsburg's New Reenactments

The historical attraction that is Colonial Williamsburg—the original “living museum”—is updating its act for a new generation.

Touring New York's Most Dynamic Neighborhoods

How do you know when a neighborhood has truly arrived? T+L looks for the telltale signs in three NYC neighborhoods: TriBeCa, Harlem, and Williamsburg.

Spy Games in Colonial Williamsburg

When this package came across my desk, I couldn't help but be intrigued. Turns out it contained my set of orders for RevQuest: Sign of...

Guess Where? Hotel

There's no hiding this building is a hotel by the massive lettering on the facade. But can you guess which one? Log in and leave...

Obsession: Blue Bottle in Brooklyn

I’ve been hitting the bottle for breakfast lately. Not just any bottle—the new outpost of Blue Bottle Coffee Co. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This is the...

Colonial Williamsburg’s Family Holiday Fun

The 50th anniversary of Colonial Williamsburg’s Fifes & Drums anchors a December holiday season of family festivities.

NYC’s New Park Concept: Underground

First there was the High Line, an elevated park that brought new life to a rusty, unused-for-decades elevated subway rail on Manhattan’s west side. Well...

Four Travel-Inspired Memoirs

Four memoirs tell of lives informed by travel. Ghost Milk by Iain Sinclair (Faber & Faber): The author, the foremost chronicler of contemporary London, interweaves...

America's Top College Hotels

College towns make great weekend getaways, and these hotels near campus get our top scores.

The Virginias: Still Swinging

The spirit of the Slammer is alive and well in this citadel of American golf
HOTELS

Tides Inn

Chesapeake Bay resort offering a roster of outdoor activities, from kayaking to croquet.  more ›


RESTAURANTS

Chowning's Tavern

The revolutionary spirit prevails after 5, when 18th-century fare like Brunswick stew and Welsh rarebit are accompanied by colonial-style entertainment and family sing-alongs. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Colonial Williamsburg

Wander the cobbled streets of this national treasure. Try on period outfits (for a fee), learn to make cabinets or shoes, tour an old printing office, and ask costumed interpreters anything you want. more ›


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