So Williamsburg this is what they cal the Governor's Palace then the colony commons and there was the Ox drawn Cart
Jamestown had this wonderful Glasshouse. They blow glass on the site where an original site was set up and they use an oven and tools as if you are in the 1500's very talented and a blast from the past.
Yorktown had a great Museum that houses a tent that George Washington used during the Revolutionary War. Impressive!!!!!! I did not get a picture it is on hubby's phone. But got a photo of the memorial of the place Cornwallis surrendered. And the view of the bay.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the tallest Brick lighthouse in the US and the 2nd tallest in the world. We walked up and had a look around. Glad is was a cool day or else not sure it would have been quite the same.
Moved on to Roanoke Island were the Lost Colony was established. There is another museum we visited that gives lots of information and has artifacts they have recovered and a gorgeous botanical gardens. Named the Elizabethan Gardens this statue of Queen Elizabeth greets you as you explore 16 acres of flowers, trees, plants and birds and butterflies. Beautiful even this late in the seasons.
Well if you made it all the way to the end good for you. This has been quite a long post. I hope you enjoyed my ramblings and I will catch you latter this month hopefully.