Previous Projects from Colonial Williamsburg
Long after a project is finished, the results continue to play a critical role in interpreting the Revolutionary City.
Learn more below about some recently completed initiatives and how they have enhanced our understanding of Williamsburg and its 18th-century residents:
- Armoury Reconstruction Colonial Williamsburg reconstructed the Anderson Armoury site from 2011 through 2013.
- Capitol Ravine Excavation Archaeology has revealed new information about the Coffeehouse and the Capitol.
- Charlton's Coffeehouse Reconstruction Colonial Williamsburg reconstructed Charlton's Coffeehouse in 2008-09.
- Wren Yard Excavation Over the summer, archaeologists made a new discovery on the College of William and Mary campus.