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

 Reunion 2008 Home Page      Agenda & Events Calendar     Registration     Hotel Info      Directions & Maps      About the Area      For the Kids


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!



How to get here

by plane, train and automobile

By Car:

Williamsburg is 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., midway between Richmond and Virginia Beach, Virginia on Interstate 64.

From eastbound Interstate 64:

  1. Take exit 238 south, following signs "To US-60", "Camp Peary" and "Colonial Williamsburg".
  2. Merge onto VA-143 east towards "Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown".
  3. Stay straight onto Capitol Landing Rd., VA-5 south.
  4. In about one mile, turn left onto York Street.
  5. The Sheraton Four Points hotel is at 351 York St.

For detailed driving directions from your address to a specific Williamsburg attraction address, we suggest you try a web site such as

By Air:  

Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF) is 20 minutes from downtown; Norfolk International Airport (ORF) and Richmond International Airport (RIC)  are each 50 minutes away.

Ground transportation is available at all three airports.

General aviation: Williamsburg-Jamestown Airport is located three miles from downtown Williamsburg.

By Train: 

Direct Amtrak service from Baltimore, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.





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

Other images and local hotel and tour coordination by Colonial Connections