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Hamilton fans Itinerary

In America’s Historic Triangle, follow the story of the birth of the young, scrappy, and hungry country, then be in the room where it happened!

We’re excited about the musical HAMILTON performing in Virginia! Of course, Alexander Hamilton was no stranger to the Commonwealth. Follow Alexander Hamilton’s narrative and immerse yourself in the Revolutionary discourse that inspired the songs you know and love. With the America’s Historic Triangle ticket, you can experience the birth of the nation, from arrival of the first settlers in Jamestown to revelations of revolution in Williamsburg to the world turning upside down at Yorktown. Don’t throw away your shot to travel to a place and time where the country is young, scrappy, and hungry.

Join the Revolution


Visit the Capitol, where a British governor still reigns, and Virginia’s representatives are struggling over the meaning of American liberty.

R. Charlton's Coffeehouse

Then, see the kindling of Revolution at R. Charlton’s Coffeehouse, where the Stamp Act is the news of the day and, like Hamilton and his friends, the colonists are frustrated and beginning to “dream of life without a monarchy.”

Raleigh Tavern

Plus, check out the Raleigh tavern, where radical members of the House of Burgesses members met to oppose the British; you could say the tavern’s Apollo Room was a “room where it happened.”

Put Washington On Your Side

Why Should a Tiny Island Across the Sea Regulate the Price of Tea?

In 1771, Alexander Hamilton’s inventory included two jugs decorated with the this “No Stamp Act” motif, likely bequeathed to him by his benefactor, James Brown. Today the only known surviving “No Stamp Act” ceramics are teapots, and we have ONE IN OUR COLLECTION, currently on display in the exhibition REVOLUTION IN TASTE. Plus, after you study the piece at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, you can get your own No Stamp Act TEAPOT ORNAMENT, COASTER, or MUG at Colonial Williamsburg stores or online to commemorate your Hamilton-themed trip.

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Friends & Rivals

Meet some of the Nation Builders who rubbed elbows with Alexander Hamilton. There’s George Wythe with whom Hamilton was on a committee during the Constitutional Convention, his Federalist Paper writing partner James Madison, and of course, Hamilton’s political rival Thomas Jefferson.

George Wythe

Thomas Jefferson

James Madison

Plan Your Visit

Admission Tickets

To experience all that the Historic Area has to offer, including tours of original 18th-century buildings, personal interaction with townspeople, vibrant gardens, two museums, and so much more—you’ll need an admission ticket.

Stay With Us

Enjoy Colonial Williamsburg to the fullest with a stay at one of our five unique hotel properties. They are conveniently located within and surrounding the Historic Area, just minutes from all the action.