The Poindexter Family Reunion
Image of tall masted ships tied to a dock during colonial times.
June 12 - 15, 2008
Williamsburg, Virginia

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Go to the Reunion Home Page, meet your host.

 

The Reunion Agenda, what's happening and when.

 

Registration Information and Form

 

Reunion Hotel Information, special rates and directions.

 

Directions to the Area

 

History of the area, side trips, things to do while here.

 

Fun things for the Kids at the Reunion and around the area!

 

 

Governor's Key to the City Pass

Colonial Williamsburg

If you signed up for the Reunion Package (not ala carte), a Governor's Key Pass is Included with your Registration Packet. If you registered ala carte, the passes were available for you to order.

How to get your pass:

If you want to use your pass to tour Williamsburg before the Reunion, please make arrangements to get them from Al Hill. He will arrive at the hotel sometime Monday, June 10th. His cell phone is 336-473-3869.

What the Govenor's Key includes (subject to change and availability):
  • Admission for two consecutive days to Colonial Williamsburg
  • Governor's Palace Tour (approx. 40 min.)
  • Museums of Colonial Williamsburg
    • Bassett Hall
    • Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
    • DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum.
  • 20 to 40 Historic Area buildings and exhibits (depending on season and operating schedules), such as the Capitol, Raleigh Tavern, Great Hopes Plantation, all historic trades sites (wheelwright, blacksmith, silversmith, milliner, wigmaker, etc.), all gardens, and all original 18th-century exhibition sites (the Courthouse, Gaol, Magazine, and the homes of Peyton Randolph and George Wythe), along with
  • Admission to Revolutionary City, a Colonial Williamsburg adventure is a dynamic two-hour event that reflects Williamsburg’s role in one of America’s defining historical periods. Each day, the east end of the Historic Area comes alive as you become a part of the town’s activities. Witness the collapse of the royal government and revolutionary citizens at war.
  • Capitol tour, orientation tour, regular daytime programs, and viewing of the movie classic Williamsburg-The Story of a Patriot.
  • Free parking at the Visitor Center and use of Historic Area shuttle buses.

Check Colonial Williamsburg This Week for openings.

View a 3-D virtual map of Colonial Williamsburg.

The pass excludes events for which separate paid admission is required. Some regular daytime programs require advance reservations.

 

 

 

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Some images of the Williamsburg area are used with permission of and provided by
Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance at www.visitwilliamsburg.com

Other images and local hotel and tour coordination by Colonial Connections