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Each year after Christmas we visit family in the Newport News area and then spend the night in Williamsburg. We both love Colonial Williamsburg and it is a treat to get to see it decorated for Christmas.
Colonial Williamsburg is known for its Christmas decor and last year when we were there, I took pictures of wreath and doors that I especially liked. The decor that I’m sharing today is from Christmas 2018. I won’t see the 2019 decor until after Christmas.
Colonial Williamsburg Christmas Decorations
Our visit to Colonial Williamsburg each Christmas is only for one night. After visiting with family, we head to Williamsburg, and by the time we arrive, it is dark. We love walking around at night admiring the architecture and the decorations.
Christmas Doors and Wreaths in Colonial Williamsburg
I took photographs of some of the Christmas doors and wreaths that I liked, but this is only a small handful of what there is to see in Colonial Williamsburg at Christmas. If you have never been there, I highly recommend a visit.
This one combines cotton and lady apples.
This one is simply decorated with wooden stars and cinnamon sticks.
Writing this post has made me excited to see this year’s Colonial Williamsburg Christmas decorations. The decorations are different every year and they always are pretty.
Be sure to pin this post to remember next year as you are designing your Christmas wreaths and other decorations.