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I was here just about a year ago, but came back to visit family and took a sister to see CW and the art museums. I enjoyed the museum this time around just as much as I did the first time (though I miss the...More
Loved seeing the different types of metal used in the 1700's. The grandfathers clocks and the mantels were so detailed and made you wonder how they did such detail in that time period.
The way they made furniture was interesting also.
We would go back.
I found the antique weather vanes, carousel carved animals and wooden statue cigar holders beautiful and fascinating. Our guide was articulate on American Folk Art and while it isn't an extensive collection, it was a relief from the heat and a wonderful way to spend...More
While “decorative arts” may not sound too exciting this museum is truly world class with many great and varied exhibits. Guided tours are offered throughout the day that are very well presented. Nice cafe on premises for lunch. Adjoins the folk art museum which is...More
This is an amazing museum that has wonderful collections of furniture, art, silver, china, etc. that reflects our American 18th century heritage. There is even an area devoted to musical instruments of the 18th century. We just saw the wonderful exhibit on Upholstery CSI -...More
We have visited Williamsburg many times over the years and a visit here can be an all day event. There are many folk area arts to view and the quilts have been displayed each time. If you have 2-3 hours to spend please do... More
We have visited Williamsburg many times over the years and a visit here can be an all day event. There are many folk area arts to view and the quilts have been displayed each time. If you have 2-3 hours to spend please do so and remember they also have a lunch area within the museum that is very enjoyable and reasonably priced.