Colonial Williamsburg: The Forging of a Nation (with Monticello and Montpelier)

April 23-27, 2018

Journey to Virginia and experience some of America’s most beautiful architecture and fascinating history. Carnegie Museum of Art Curator, Rachel Delphia, will accompany travelers on exclusive private tours of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate and James Madison’s Montpelier. Travel back in time to Colonial Williamsburg, stay at the elegant Williamsburg Inn, and delve into history with behind-the-scenes local curator-led tours. Immerse yourself in one of the most significant public collections of decorative arts in the French Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, led by their curator of Decorative Arts. 

Rachel Delphia talks about the upcoming trip in her Carnegie Museums Travel Blog.

EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: Book by January 12 and receive $200 off per person!

Williamsburg Inn
Double Occupancy | $2,899/person
Single Occupancy | $3,799/person


Williamsburg Lodge
Double Occupancy | $2,499/person
Single Occupancy | $3,099/person

Trip Includes:

  • Roundtrip coach transportation from Pittsburgh
  • 4-night hotel stay with daily breakfast
  • 5 lunches
  • Accompanying experts, Carnegie Museum of Art Curator Rachel Delphia & Travel Program Director Barbara Tucker
  • Exclusive, behind-the-scenes tours, local curators and experts, transportation and entrance fees for scheduled visits