The Liz Moore Market Watch Blog

Colonial Williamsburg Honors Those Who Serve

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Thu, May 22, 2014 @ 10:49 AM

Active duty military, reservists, retirees, veterans, and their dependents will receive free Colonial Williamsburg admission during the Memorial Day weekend (May 23–26, 2014).  The Visitor CenterColonial Williamsburg will help orient you for your experience into the Revolutionary City and give you a glimpse into all that Colonial Williamsburg has to offer.

A Memorial Day Commemorative Program will take place on Monday, May 26th from 10-11am at various sites in the Revolutionary City.  This modern service will honor military veterans who died while serving their country. A procession with Fife and Drum support will proceed from the Palace to Bruton Parish Church and the French gravesite. Wreaths will be laid, prayers given, and volleys fired at each stop to honor soldiers of the American Revolution and Civil War interred nearby.  For more information, click here.

Interested in finding more things to do in and around the Historic Triangle? Subscribe here to our blog as we post ideas frequently.  You also can purchase a copy of Liz’s recently published book, 101 Reasons to Love Living in the Historic Triangle, in either paperback or e-book version by clicking the button below.

Purchase "101 Reasons to Love Living in the Historic Triangle"


Are you interested in hot real estate topics, tips and trends?  
Click below to subscribe to our blog!




Tags: Locals - 101 Reasons, Military, Williamsburg