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300 Palace Green St
"A paid pass is required to get in here, but it's totally worth it. The garden is one of my favorite places ever, and is especially beautiful in the spring when all the tulips are blooming."
Duke of Gloucester St (N England St)
"Middle of DOG Street. Fun tour!"
Magazine & Guardhouse
Duke of Gloucester St
"I really enjoyed the talk at this stop! Very nice!"
Gunsmith And Foundry
"Nice garden outside. There was just a guide (no craftsman) on duty when we visited, so this wasn't as engaging as the tradesmen along Duke of Gloucester Street."
"This is probably the best stop on the historic colonial Williamsburg map! It was the most informative and had activities and animals for children!! A MUST SEE"
Williamsburg Capitol Building
"Start your tour of Williamsburg here. Try to get there before 10:30 when they start the "Revolutionary City" with re-enactors outside. Gives glimpse of life in Williamsburg during revolutionary era."
416-430 E Duke of Gloucester St
"Visit's the Peanut Shop, free samples and great toffee"
King's Arms Tavern
Gastropub · $$
409 E Duke of Gloucester St
"We dined at their special holiday breakfast. The food was delicious. I had the Eggs Benedict and although one egg was soft boiled instead of poached, it was still delish!!"
American · $$$
109 E Duke of Gloucester St
"The wings are delicious, lots of flavor.Get a beer flight. Good pulled pork sandwich, very smokey. Bread pudding was big enough for two, get it with a scoop of ice cream. The cheesecake was great too."
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