Join us, in Colonial Williamsburg, as the entire city honors the brave men and women who have died serving their country. In addition to special programming, Colonial Williamsburg is honoring all servicemen, this weekend with free admission (May 22-25, 2015). The ticket is called “Honoring Service to America” is available to all active duty military, reservists, and veterans – and their families, and includes all access to Colonial Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City, the trades sites and the art museums – and includes the free parking and shuttle buses. Tickets are available at the Visitor Center.
On Monday, at 10am, a procession with Fife and Drum support will proceed from the Palace to Bruton Parish Church and the French gravesite. Wreaths will be laid, prayers given, and volleys fired at each stop to honor soldiers of the American Revolution and Civil War interred nearby.
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