Hello, I am John Sutton, a licensed tour guide. I was born in Williamsburg Virginia.
I would like to offer you my services for private custom tours of historic Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement , Yorktown Victory Center and other nearby locations. Our history is awesome.
With a personal tour guide, you can get the most out of your visit in your limited amount of time. Tours can be fun. I offer my private tours to individuals, to families and to visiting groups.
Please see my information on these tours and other tours I offer by clicking the buttons on the left side of this page.
“My goal is to get our guests excited about our history “
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If you home-school, our tours are you. We have many home-schooled guests that find our tours are a great learning experience because of the special way we present our nation’s history in the colonial setting.
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I have the highest regard for our Wounded Warriors
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I offer free tours to these combat veterans on a space available, first come, first serve basis.
Driving Directions To Colonial Williamsburg …directly to the restored Colonial Williamsburg City
From I 64 take exit# 238 onto 143 South. After 1/3 mile you will see a stoplight. Turn right at this first light onto Rt. 132, you continue straight ahead into the heart of Colonial Williamsburg ( after the RR tracks Rt. 132 will become North Henry Street ) . You will know your are here when you cross a closed street called Duke of Gloucester. Follow parking signs.
Colonial Williamsburg is the non-profit organization that maintains the wonderful restored colonial city visitors. They have many buildings and trades to visit as well as special programs day and evenings. Admission tickets to Colonial Williamsburg are required visiting most buildings and their special programs. Contact Colonial Williamsburg at 757-229-1000 or visit the CW website.
The Colonial Williamsburg Inn is the premier place to stay in Williamsburg
The Colonial Williamsburg Lodge is a quality lodging located in the heart of Williamsburg .
activities in the Williamsburg area
College of William & Mary, Shirley Plantation, Berkeley Plantation, Evelynton Plantation, , Historic Jamestown , W & M Students, W & M Alumni, Kingsmill , golf , Williamsburg Travel, Busch Gardens , National Park Service , NPS Jamestown , Jamestown Island , Williamsburg Lodge
Flying In To Visit ?
Driving time to Williamsburg
Norfolk Airport 70 min.
Richmond Airport 55 min.
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Some Lodging in Williamsburg that get great reviews from my customers
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Private Historic & Ghost Tours of Williamsburg
Links to pages of interest- Pocahontas , Captain John Smith , Defending Smith, Smith’s Philosophy , Ambushes attempted on Captain John Smith, Factions at Jamestown, Who Shot JR ?Who was Jr? —-we don’t know yet who shot him but JR’s identity is revealed, Questions about Captain John Smith, Timeline of History at Jamestown
Retired newspaper publisher takes couples and families sailing every day on the York River, where he briefly interprets the Battle of the Capes and Siege at Yorktown. Look for Williamsburg Charter Sails.