Join us for a weekend culinary escape to Colonial Williamsburg this spring! For three days in April we’ll enjoy the very best of early America as well as some of today’s most reknown area restaurants. We’ll depart Solomons Friday morning via luxury motor coach. Along the way, we’ll enjoy lunch in Richmond before stopping for a leisurly wine tasting and tour on our way to Williamsburg. While in Williamsburg, we’ll stay at the historic Griffin House and enjoy dinner at The Fat Canary and Shield’s Tavern. The weekend will also include a walking ghost tour of the historic city as well as a tour and tasting of 8 Shires Colonial Distillery. We’ll be sure to leave plenty of time for you to explore Williamsburg (includes ticket to all historic buildings) including Saturday morning’s famous farmer’s market in Merchant Square and surrounding modern shops. The weekend concludes with a stop on Sunday afternoon at Merrior - home of the Rappahannock Oyster Company for a tour followed by an alfresco lunch served along the waterfront.
Tickets are just $525/person (double occupancy)
Single occupancy $750/person
Tickets include: Transportation, accommodations, breakfast each morning at the hotel, Saturday evening dinner at historic Shield’s Tavern, the wine, distillery and ghost tours as well as your Colonial Williamsburg ticket for each of the three days.
Lunches & Friday Evening Dinner are not included
Tickets are non-refundable but they are transferable. Optional travel insurance is available. If you purchase your ticket by March 31, you can opt to break the ticket into two equal payments. Tickets purchased after April 1 must be paid in full.