colonial williamsburg [part two].

I guess I don't have to tell you how much I really really loved Colonial Williamsburg. Everything there brings you back to the eighteenth century. There's lots of shops to see there. One of my (many, many) favorites was the wig shop.

Another of my favorites was the millinery, where everyone used to get their fabric goods, their dresses, and trims, et cetera.

One of the most impressive buildings we toured was the governor's palace. It was absolutely huge, and was decorated with everything from scary-looking weapons, to fine, dainty china.

My favorite was the girls' room. The frame of the bed is painted with the same pattern as the Indian dyed cloth. Oh yes.

Another of my favorites (who am I kidding? i liked it all) was a street performance.

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Have ya'll ever been to Colonial Williamsburg? If so, what was your favorite part?

Happy Wednesday!



  1. Never been there! But as an avid lover of history, I'd love to go!
    The pictures were gorgeous! :)

  2. ahhh... yup. i was totally born in the wrong era. -.-

  3. Ohhhh, what lovely pictures! I wish I could have been there, this is so my deal::VINTAGE!!!!! :D I loved the dresses and old-fashioned-ness! ;D Glad you guys were able to go!

  4. I've been there...I don't know what my favorite part was but it was a lot of fun! :)


  5. It looks like you had a lot of fun, I hope I can go there someday. :)

  6. Nice photography. :) I found your blog on my friend Serenity's...if you want to know more about me you can check out my blog. (

  7. Isn't it just amazing there! I loved the wig shop too! Can't really pick a favorite part. I would just love to see it ALL again!

  8. These photographs are amazing. All of them transport you to the lovelier, simpler time of the eighteenth century.

    Kianna Rose

    p.s. my favorite photograph is the second one with the peacock feather and you in the mirror's reflection