Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, Williamsburg
Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, Williamsburg - Address, Phone Number
Address: 31 W Duke of Gloucester St, Williamsburg, VA 23185, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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About Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, Williamsburg
The Bruton Parish Episcopal Church is another attraction within Colonial Williamsburg. It was established in 1674 and restored by 1905. It remains active today, so you can go attend its services and recitals or talk to the many church volunteers who will tell you the rich history of the place. The church has been visited by some of the famous names in history such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. The awe-inspiring architecture will definitely take you back in history.
- Georgian architectural style.
- One of the first church graveyards of North America with the graves of the early settlers lies outside the church.
Bruton Parish Episcopal Church Information
- The church volunteers are welcoming and will give you all the information you need.
- Candlelight Concerts are held at 8 pm every Saturday all through the year and on most Tuesdays and Thursdays between March and December.
How To reach Bruton Parish Episcopal Church by Public Transport
- An Amtrak station lies a few blocks away.
Restaurants Near Bruton Parish Episcopal Church
- King’s Arms Tavern
- Williamsburg Inn
- Taste Studio
- Huzzah! BBQ Grille
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Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, Williamsburg Reviews - Write a Review
A beautiful structure that’s served the community for more than 2 centuries. The area around the church is great to relax and enjoy beautiful weather
By far the best part of our visit to Colonial Williamsburg, even though it is not financialy supported by CWF (a shame). The organ recitals are incredible.
Beautiful Beautiful, Historical! Other than that at a loss for words.
Awesome old church to visit.
Fabulous architecture and ambiance.