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Colonial Williamsburg is calling all homeschoolers

Colonial Williamsburg will be looking to fill openings both inside and outside of the historic area at its two job fairs next week. (Courtesy Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)
(Courtesy Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)

Homeschoolers are invited to create their lesson plans around Colonial Williamsburg over two weeks in September.

While a colonial capital syllabus can be created any time of the year, Colonial Williamsburg’s Fall Homeschool Days offer families special deals on hands-on activities and revolutionary experiences.

This year, homeschooled visitors from Sept. 10 through 25 may save up to more than 75 percent off retail prices for advanced reservation single- and multi-day tickets, according to a Colonial Williamsburg press release.

Visits can be tailored to include on-site dining, 18th century-style tavern meals, entertainment and lodging, including special rates at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel and Suites.

A variety of special ticketed programs will be offered during Fall Homeschool Days, including opportunities to dig for archaeological treasure, live the life of a militia soldier, experience Gen. George Washington’s Revolutionary War headquarters, learn about early African-American music and foodways, or experience Mother Goose’s riddles and rhymes on a special tour of the family-focused Powell House property.

To make reservations call 1-800-228-8878, email or click here to learn more. Special rates are available year round for homeschool groups of all sizes in addition to a wide variety of books, DVDs and other teaching resources.

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