In colonial times, the Magazine housed arms for the defense of Virginia. This building and the reconstructed Guardhouse have been equipped with weapons of the French and Indian War period and are open to the public.
Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, Virginia Visitors will find historic Bruton Parish Church the inspiring echo of Colonial America at prayer. Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Marshall and other famous Virginians worshipped here.
Wren Building, Williamsburg, Virginia
Built to house the newly-chartered College of William and Mary in 1695, this is the oldest academic building in English America. Here were educated Jefferson, Monroe, and other Revolutionary leaders. Open to the public.
Outstanding Monuments on Gettysburg Field of Battle
Left: New York State Monument
Center: Pennsylvania State Memorial
Right: Virginia State Monument
Peace Light Inn and Court
located on the battlefield at the entrance to Peace Light Memorial
27 beautiful air conditioned rooms with individual controlled steam heat, open the year 'round, specializing in Home Cooked Food.
The Lincoln Room
This room, located in the historic Wills House, is the bedroom where President Abraham Lincoln spent the night of November 18, 1863. It is here he prepared his immortal Gettysburg Address to be delivered the next day at the dedication of the National Cemetery. The room, remaining to this day as it was in 1863, is open to the public.