Welcome to an almost daily peek at our beautiful Williamsburg, Virginia which includes the "Historic Triangle" consisting of Colonial Williamsburg -the world’s largest living history museum- Yorktown and Jamestown.

November 5, 2011

Garden Arbor, Governor's Palace, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

This arbor, in one of the gardens at the 63 acre estate that is the Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg, creates a long, shaded walkway for visitors to pass from this garden to the next. Incidentally, it has a twin arbor on the opposite side of the garden. To learn more about the Palace, click here. To see the Palace, click here.


黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

63 acres of a Governor's Palace ! a little bit difficult to swallow ... I am sure the farmers can make good use of that land ! Beautiful natural settings ...

J_on_tour@jayzspaze said...

A wonderful alley with nicely shaped trees and sufficient light to keep it bright. It sounds like a large site to upkeep.

biebkriebels said...

Beautiful such arbors. Love to walk through an alley of green.

Kim, USA said...

Wow this is awesome!! Thanks for the visit and happy weekend!

Kelly L said...

I took a picture of this exact arbor in Williamsburg on July 12th - I think was the hottest day on record.. Enjoyed Williamsburg so much - took the Ghost Among Us tour and watch Witch cry - both excellent. I loved that all the buildings were nicely air conditioned. A good friend of mine was a colonial person in Jamestown - loved the road driving to Jamestown from Williamsburg what a treat.. I live in So. Cal - the east coast is a much different world..
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eden said...

Beautiful photo.

Thank you for the visit.

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