The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum is the United States’ first and the world’s oldest continually-operated museum dedicated to the preservation, collection, and exhibition of American folk art.
Colonial Williamsburg is an 18th century city and the world’s largest living-history museum featuring over 40 sites, historic taverns, and art museums with hands-on activities and guided tours.
The Muscarelle Museum of Art collection spans over 5,000 works of art, spanning many continents and historical eras, including colonial American and English art, Japanese art, and original prints and drawings from the 15th century through modern times.
The Williamsburg Botanical Garden features 15 gardens, highlighting the Heirloom Garden, the Wildflower Meadow and the Calcareous Ravine. The Garden also provides information on butterflies and their host plants that visit the garden.