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Meridian Coffee House is an on-campus coffee shop at College of William & Mary. The venue is student run and also doubles up as a concert and art exhibition venue. During semester, the cafe is open from 7p to 12a daily. With a eclectic crowd and a laid-back atmosphere, this is a great place to discover local talent, new artwork, and mingle in a relaxed setting.
Located within the historic and second oldest college in country that is College of William and Mary, Ewell Recital Hall is the center of all collegiate cultural activities. Musicals with high dramatic content, contemporary staged shows based on epic tragedies or even simplistic recitals find their way into the recital hall. The varied shows organized, showcase the inherent talent and potential of these college youth. Occasionally, other events too are held.
Williamsburg Presbyterian Church is housed in a classically built brick building, very much in keeping with the colonial architectural styles of surrounding buildings. Its weekly services are on Saturdays and Sundays (the second Sunday service is broadcast on local radio) along with other events throughout the year. Check their website for details and service times.
The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Museum honors the work of past and present art visionaries. Featuring a variety of ongoing and temporary exhibitions ranging from painting to the art of quilting, the museum offers a rich visual tapestry that epitomizes America's long and distinctive history of folk art. Admission is included in your ticket to Colonial Williamsburg
This beautifully laid out museum hosts an extensive range of antiques and artifacts from colonial USA and the United Kingdom. Permanent exhibits include American Furniture: From Virginia to Vermont, which showcases local furniture dating from the late seventeenth century. There are also some beautiful examples of silverware and ceramics; one notable feature is a sterling silver chandelier, made for King William III.
Located on the Old Campus of the College of William & Mary, the Sunken Garden is an expansive stretch of grass that is extremely popular with students who come here to study, socialize and play. Take a stroll with your special someone in the evenings or simply enjoy the lush greenery of the garden. The garden was designed by architect Charles Robinson in the early 19th Century and since then, it has been a major historical attraction.