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  • Holiday Tea at Virginia House
    Holiday Tea and Tour at Virginia House
    Date
    Friday, December 2
    Time
    2:00pm4:00pm
    Cost
    $26 to $32
    Spend an afternoon enjoying tea, conversation and holiday decorations at Virginia House.
  • Gingerbread Tea
    Gingerbread Tea and Tour at Virginia House
    Date
    Saturday, December 3
    Time
    10:00am12:00pm
    Cost
    $20 to $26
    Create a new family tradition. Design and build your own gingerbread house at Virginia House this holiday season. Please note: The December 4 Tea and Tour is SOLD OUT.
  • Stories at the Museum
    Date
    Saturday, December 3
    Time
    11:00am12:00pm
    Cost
    Free
    Enjoy a group reading of a history-themed book and a craft activity during Stories at the Museum.
  • Gingerbread Tea
    Gingerbread Tea and Tour at Virginia House
    Date
    Sunday, December 4
    Time
    2:00pm4:00pm
    Cost
    $20 to $26
    Create a new family tradition. Design and build your own gingerbread house at Virginia House this holiday season. Please note: The December 4 Tea and Tour is SOLD OUT.
  • INFAMY: Remembering Pearl Harbor
    Date
    Monday, December 5
    Time
    10:30am12:00pm
    Cost
    Free to $20
    Experience the sights and sounds of December 7, 1941—“ a date which will live in infamy”— through live readings of first-hand accounts, archival film footage, and audio recordings that will bring to life the extraordinary experiences of ordinary people in both Virginia and Hawaii as the United States was drawn into the Second World War.
  • INFAMY: Remembering Pearl Harbor
    Date
    Tuesday, December 6
    Time
    10:30am12:00pm
    Cost
    Free to $20
    Experience the sights and sounds of December 7, 1941—“ a date which will live in infamy”— through live readings of first-hand accounts, archival film footage, and audio recordings that will bring to life the extraordinary experiences of ordinary people in both Virginia and Hawaii as the United States was drawn into the Second World War.
  • History on Tap
    History on Tap
    Date
    Tuesday, December 6
    Time
    5:30pm8:00pm
    Cost
    $20 to $25
    Join us at The Virginia Beer Company as the Virginia Historical Society, the Virginia Beer Museum, and Frank Clark (Colonial Williamsburg's Master of Historic Foodways) present History on Tap.
  • The Greenbrier Hotel
    See You On the Bus
    Date
    Wednesday, December 7
    Time
    7:00am6:30pm
    Cost
    $199
    Join us for a bus trip to White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, where we will visit the Greenbrier Bunker and enjoy a Hotel Tour.
  • INFAMY: Remembering Pearl Harbor
    Date
    Wednesday, December 7
    Time
    10:30am12:00pm
    Cost
    Free to $20
    Experience the sights and sounds of December 7, 1941—“ a date which will live in infamy”— through live readings of first-hand accounts, archival film footage, and audio recordings that will bring to life the extraordinary experiences of ordinary people in both Virginia and Hawaii as the United States was drawn into the Second World War.
  • Holiday Tour at Virginia House
    Holiday tour at Virginia House
    Date
    Wednesday, December 7
    Time
    4:00pm4:45pm
    Cost
    Free to $6
    Explore the festive decorations and learn about holiday traditions at Virginia House during one of our Holiday Tours.

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