Lock, Stock, and Barrel: Early British Weaponry
This exhibition features an outstanding array of military and civilian weapons exploring muzzle-loading firearms, ignition systems and the evolution of the standing British infantry musket before 1800.
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Iron mining and iron production were established in the American colonies almost as soon as settlers arrived. This exhibition highlights these decorative, yet useful, objects made in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Voices of the Past: Objects from the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg
Join Ron Hurst, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation vice president for collections, conservation and museums and chief curator, as he shares stories behind some of the remarkable objects on view at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.
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This exhibition explores architectural elements from both surviving and demolished 18th- and early-19th-century buildings in the Historic Area. The pieces featured are part of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s architectural collection.