You might have toured the blacksmith shop and the bookbindery; ridden in a carriage on Duke of Gloucester Street; and stayed in one of the Colonial Houses. But did you know?
• The dessert Death by Chocolate was created in Williamsburg at the Trellis Restaurant. thetrellis.com
• At The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg you can customize a 17th-century-style apothecary scrub with maize, raw sugar, and herbal powders for a one-hour treatment ($135).
• The Rare Breeds program rears six heritage species from colonial days, including Ossabaw Island pigs found off the coast of Georgia.
• In the early 1900s, tunnels were dug to move employees and supplies without disrupting the visitors’ experience. colonialwilliamsburg.com