Liberty loves visiting her friends around town! Last week we made several stops sniffing out fun and treats. Pick up your official Liberty's Day in Town itinerary at the Visitor Center, download and print your own copy here, or follow along below.
Check out the Colonial Williamsburg Explorer app for your chance to meet liberty in person!
Visit this big, red house and discover the important men and women who lived here. Out back you may meet some of Liberty’s animal friends.
Visit Williamsburg’s own Barkway and laugh along. Performances are Wed. through Sun. at 1:30 and 3pm. Take the theater home with you with your very own puppet!
Study at the same home as Thomas Jefferson! Liberty likes all the books here as many of them are dog eared! This big brick house by the Church offers an opportunity to do your own scientific research. It’s not too ruff to do!
Try your hand at 18th-century games like Shut-the-Box or Quoits. Why not look fetching like Liberty, and try on 18th-century clothing?
Liberty stopped by the Greenhow Store where she met Commodore, Diamond, Gunner, and Buckshot and other horses who pull carriages throughout the city.
Liberty didn’t want to miss visiting with her Indian friends while they were in town. It was dog-gone fun.
Liberty barked at the musket fire and hounded after the militia! It’s quite the tail!
Liberty enjoyed shopping here for treats. Show the staff your itinerary and get a keepsake pin!
71 empty chamber pots scattered throughout (Can you spot them all?)
3 tons of clay in Brickyard pit
16,300 pounds of livestock
5 hand-built dollhouses at Art Museums