Colonial Williamsburg offers free admission to military for Veterans Day 2014

Colonial Williamsburg honors the sacrifices and dedication of U.S. active duty military personnel, guard and reservists, retirees, veterans and their immediate dependents with free admission tickets from Friday, Nov. 7 through Tuesday, Nov. 11.
The “Honoring Service to America” ticket provides admission to Colonial Williamsburg exhibition sites, the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg and most daytime programs. The ticket also includes free parking at the Visitor Center, access to the short movie, “Williamsburg—The Story of a Patriot,” and complimentary use of Colonial Williamsburg shuttle buses.

Free “Honoring Service to America” tickets will be provided to immediate dependents of currently deployed troops with appropriate identification. Military veterans who separated before retirement can bring a copy of their honorable discharge paperwork, form DD 214, as identification of service. These special tickets are available only at the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center and on-site ticket sales locations including the Lumber House Ticket Office, the William Pitt store in the Revolutionary City and the ticket window in Merchants Square.
On Veterans Day, a military march honoring America’s veterans will be held at 4 p.m. on Market Square North. All veterans of service in America’s armed forces are invited to participate in a march along Duke of Gloucester Street with the Colonial Williamsburg Fifes and Drums and military programs staff. A commemoration ceremony honoring America’s Veterans follows at the Courthouse on Market Square. Veterans unable to walk the distance can join the march near the Magazine.
For more information, visit or call 855-296-6627.