ACCOMODATIONS AND TRAVEL

Hotel Information:

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Griffin Hotel, a Colonial Williamsburg property located in the heart of the historic downtown Williamsburg area.  The hotel is approximately 2 miles from the conference venue, The School of Education at the College of William and Mary.  Room reservations must be made BEFORE March 16, 2018 in order to receive the group discounted rate of $108.00 (plus applicable taxes).  Your room rate includes a complimentary continental breakfast at the hotel each morning.  Please call 1-800-261-9530 to make your individual hotel reservation, please be sure to ask for the "Association of Ancient Historians" (group reference number 636702) when making reservations. 

Airport Transportation:

A special group discounted rate for ground transportation from the local airports to the hotel has been arranged for the conference through Tidewater Coach.  Please use this link when making your reservations.  Williamsburg is served by three nearby airports for your convenience:

Richmond International

Norfolk International

Newport News-Williamsburg International

Conference Venue Information:

The conference will be held at the William & Mary School of Education, 301 Monticello Avenue, Williamsburg, VA 23185

Visiting Williamsburg and Virginia’s Historic Triangle

Colonial Williamsburg:  Located across the street from William & Mary, Colonial Williamsburg is the world’s largest living history museum – the restored 18th-century capital city of Britain’s New World empire.  The Griffin Hotel is a Colonial Williamsburg property and is located across the street from the center portion of the living history museum.

Jamestown:  Jamestown is the site of the first permanent English colony in America. Both the historic site and the museum are within a fifteen-minute drive from William & Mary.

Yorktown:  Yorktown battlefield is the site of the last major battle of the Revolutionary War. The museum and battlefield are within a twenty-minute drive from William & Mary.

Links to these and other attractions may be found at: www.virginia.org/getawayhistorictriangle/