From Williamsburg With Love
With the penchant for history we have here in Williamsburg, it’s no wonder that colonial-themed souvenirs are at the top of the list. But there many other “distinctively Williamsburg” items that make great gifts too. Here are our top picks:
For the Food Lover
World-Famous Virginia Peanuts
Virginia peanuts are some of the freshest and most delicious you’ll find. Two of our favorite local roasters, The Peanut Shop of Williamsburg and Whitley’s Peanut Factory, offer a variety of options that will make perfect gifts for Williamsburg lovers everywhere.
Guests return again and again for the delicious dishes served at Colonial Williamsburg’s famed taverns and restaurants Chowning’s Tavern Brunswick stew, Christiana Campbell’s spoon bread, Shields Tavern syllabubs. In this best-selling cookbook, 193 traditional and contemporary recipes have been compiled and adapted for the home kitchen. Read more…
For the Reader
From travel guides to history books, we’ve uncovered the area’s best reads.
Jamestown The Truth Revealed – In Jamestown, the Truth Revealed, William Kelso takes us literally to the soil where the Jamestown colony began, unearthing footprints of a series of structures, beginning with the James Fort, to reveal fascinating evidence of the lives and deaths of the first settlers, of their endeavors and struggles, and new insight into their relationships with the Virginia Indians. Read more…
For the Collector
Colonial Williamsburg Figurines – Handcrafted and beautifully detailed Colonial family and caroler figurines are a Christmas tradition!
This 5-inch ornament features all the greatest landmarks and tourist spots from Williamsburg, VA, perfect for any Colonial Williamsburg fans, locals or visitors. Learn more…
For the Kids
If the kids love Williamsburg as much as you do, there are plenty of gift ideas just for them.
Colonial Barbie – Colonial Barbie® doll wears an adorable navy blue colonial gown with white trim and red bows. She wears a white petticoat underneath her blue skirt, and a ruffled cap with a red ribbon and bow on her head. She comes with a framed “embroidery” square with an eagle design and a storybook discussing the new nation in 1776. Learn more…
If You Lived in Williamsburg in Colonial Days – This children’s book depicts a slice of life during the early 1770’s. With a simple question and answer format, readers can peer into this busy colony outpost and see what kind of people lived there, what they did for a living, and what their customs were.
For Movie & TV Fans
Jamestown Series – It’s Jamestown in the year 1619. On what feels like the edge of the world sits the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia. For 12 years, it has been populated only by men, but the settlement is shaken up when the first women land in this breathtaking wilderness. These experiences herald a new chapter in Virginia’s history which will shape the New World for centuries to come. Learn more…
For Everyone Else
Williamsburg Yankee Candle – Spicy and refreshing, with fresh mint, clove, bayberry and a dash of pine.
- Colonial Flag – 13 Stars
- Colonial Williamsburg Big Kids Coloring Book
- Drummers Call, America’s Fife and Drum Tradition by The Fifes and Drums of Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg Gift Card Ideas
Local Attractions Tickets, Passes & Gift Cards
- Axe Republic Axe Throwing
- Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Water Country Passes
- Colonial Williamsburg Annual Pass
- Historic Jamestowne Tickets & National Park Passes
- Liberty Ice Rink Tickets
Local Brewery Gifts:
Williamsburg Restaurant Gifts & Gift Cards