Constitution Day Celebration

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September 16, 2022 - September 18, 2022

group of people holding instruments in period clothing and uniforms for Constitution Day in Colonial Williamsburg Museum, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

There is no better place to celebrate Constitution Day than in Williamsburg, the premier center for preserving and interpreting American colonial history.

Colonial Williamsburg invites guests to spend the day conversing with historical experts about the importance of Constitution Day and watching actor interpreters bring the history of America's governing document to life.

Date

September 16-18, 2022

Location

Colonial Williamsburg, 101 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185

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Tickets

Colonial Williamsburg's Constitution Day celebration welcomes all visitors.

There are three types of Colonial Williamsburg tickets to choose from:

Single Day Ticket – A single-day admission that you can use on June 19 (or any day!) 

Multi-Day Ticket – valid for three (3) consecutive days, from the date of first use

America's Historic Triangle Ticket – Seven (7) consecutive days' admission for Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestowne, Jamestown Settlement, American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, and Yorktown Battlefield

About Constitution Day Celebration

Each year, Americans celebrate Constitution Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution. It is an annual reminder that power rests in the hands of the people. 

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Colonial Williamsburg, the largest outdoor educational living museum in the country, offers guests of all ages an opportunity to celebrate Constitution Day with authentic 18th-century experiences.

Walk through immersive art museums and historical areas as you learn more about the Nation Builders.

From recognizable names like Jefferson and Washington to people whose names did not grace your history book–and how they helped shape the America we know today.

COVID Information

Guests are not required to wear masks indoors or outdoors while touring Colonial Williamsburg. However, maintaining a physical distance of at least 6 feet from other guests and Colonial Williamsburg employees is still required.

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Colonial Williamsburg also encourages guests to purchase tickets online and take advantage of the Touchless Ticketing option to minimize physical contact between guests and employees during admission.

Package Your Colonial Williamsburg Experience

Williamsburg has so much to offer for guests who want to delve into American colonial history.

Stay for a few days in Williamsburg and save up to 15 percent with our Colonial Williamsburg Bundle:

Colonial Williamsburg Vacation Package

While in Williamsburg, consider visiting top attractions:

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Water Country USA

Experience Constitution Day Celebration

There are numerous ways to celebrate Consitution Day, and one of them is taking a visit to Colonial Williamsburg. Join guests and invited speakers for in-depth discussions about the meaning of life, liberty, freedom, and prosperity.

Venue

Upcoming Events at Colonial Williamsburg - Tripster Travel Guide
101 Visitor Center Drive
Williamsburg, VA 23185 United States
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