FC: My vacation to Colonial Williamsburg.
1: One of the Political buildings I visited with my mom and brother. In the Palace there were beautiful carpeted floors, fancy lights, and brightly colored room interiors. | The Governor's Palace
2: This is The Capitol, which is another political building in the town we visited.
3: This is the interior of the Capitol. In the upper left is the general court room. Then in the middle is the map room. Finally to the right is the meeting room.
4: The Court House | We stopped by The Court House on one of our daily tours of the town, and sat in on a pretend court hearing.
5: This is a view from one of the windows in the Public Gaol. | Gaol is a different spelling of the word jail. | The exterior of the Public Gaol. | The court yard and my brother.
6: The Magazine is where equipment such as weapons were stored. | This is the secretary's office, which was used to store public records.
7: The original foundation of the Public hospital for the mentally ill. | Here is a view of the Palace Green. Right near here is a building to pay for carriage rides. | Straight Jacket
8: This is an image of the Bruton Parish Church. There are still church services held there today. | The church interior.
9: The Brush-Everard House. | George Wyth House
10: This is the Peyton Randolph House. | The backside
11: The Benjamin Powel House. | Grissel Hay Lodging house. | Robert Carter House
12: The Wheelwright | Shop interior
13: Back exterior
15: Weaver | Book binder
17: Here they made tools and other items made from steel. | The Blacksmith
19: Milliner & Silversmith
20: Tarpley's store | Nicolson Store | Wigmaker
21: Duke of Gloucester Street
22: Gunsmith and Founder
23: More of the interior of the Gunsmith shop.
24: The Brick house Tavern is one of the places we ate at while in Williamsburg | Chowning's
25: Raleigh Tavern | Two other taverns we ate at.
26: Palace Gardens
27: More of the Palace gardens and home gardens
28: Apothecary Garden
29: Pictures created by Kaitlin, 2009