• psst … I’m a Realtor! Thanks for stopping by my website. I would love to help you find your dream home and community in the Hampton Roads or Williamsburg area or to sell your existing home. This website is authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf. John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of Hampton Roads and the historic triangle, and his expertise in the local real estate market. His websites, WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com and Mr Williamsburg.com were created as a resource for folks who are exploring a move to Williamsburg, VA , Hampton Roads VA and the surrounding areas of the Virginia Peninsula. On his website you can search homes for sale , foreclosures, 55+ active adult communities, condos and town homes , land and commercial property for sale in Williamsburg, Yorktown, New Kent, Poquoson, and Gloucester, VA as well as surrounding markets of Carrolton, Chesapeake,Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth Mathews, Newport News Norfolk, Poquoson, Smithfield, , Suffolk, Surry, Va Beach, Yorktown and York County Virginia You can reach John by email John@MrWilliamsburg.com or phone @ 757-254-813

50+ reasons to live/ move/ retire/ relocate to Williamsburg Virginia

Williamsburg York County Virginia Real EstateVoted one of the Top 5 Best places to retire by Money Magazine  Click here for article
Good neighbor passes to Colonial Williamsburg    Click here of info
Grand Illumination at Christmas  Click here for info
Great Wolf Lodge  Info
Farmers Market on Duke on Gloucester    Info
The Kimball Theater    Info
Williamsburg Regional Library Concert series 
 Dewey Decibel Concert Series
Williamsburg/ James City County School System
Colonial Parkway from Jamestown to Yorktown
Williamsburg Winery
/ Wedmore Place
Dinner at Chownings Tavern   Shields Tavern   Christiana Campbells Tavern  The Fat Canary    Blue Talon
Desert at the Trellis ” Death by Chocolate

Capital to Capital Bicycle Trail
Muscarelle Museum of Art
Golf at Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, Williamsburg National, Stonehouse, Kiskiak, etc 17 Local Courses
First Night Williamsburg
Historic Jamestown. Jamestown Settlement
Working out at James City County Recreation Center
Grocery Shopping at Ukrops, The Fresh Market
Brewster’s Ice Cream, Sno To Go, Rita’s Italian Ice, Cold Stone Creamery, Maggie Moo’s
SUMMER BREEZE CONCERT SERIES Concerts on Duke of Gloucester Street
Shopping at Prime Outlets, Market Square, Williamsburg Pottery
Bush Neck Farm – Pick-your-own strawberries, apples, blueberries, asparagus, sweet corn, peaches, pumpkins.
Pumpkinville at Halloween
Busch Gardens Seasons Passes “Hallo-Scream”
Water Country
The Plantations along Rt 5 , Shirley, Sherwood, Berkley etc.
Williamsburg Ale Werks Williamsburg’s only Microbrewery
William & Mary Football/ Tailgate Parties in the Fall
Mountain Bike Trails Freedom Park, New Quarter Park York River State Park
Kayaking/ paddle boats at Chickahominy Riverfront Park, Waller Mill Park and Little Creek Reservoir
Concerts at the newly renovated amphitheater at William & Mary
Paul’s Deli, Greenleafe Cafe
The wonderful playground Kidsburg/ Mid County Park
Skate Park at JCC Rec Center
New Town and it’s wonderful shops and restaurants
Phi Beta Kappa Hall – Performing Arts Series
Ewell Hall, Department of Music – Performing Arts Series
Christopher Wren Society
Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Classics at St. Bede Concert Series
The Virginia Arts Festival presents performances by the world’s top-flight artists in classical music, dance, theatre and jazz.
The Williamsburg Symphonia, Classical Music Series
Virginia Shakespeare Festival @ W&M
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
Aromas Coffeehouse
An Occasion for the Arts
Colonial Polo Cup

Tavern Ghost Walks in Colonial Williamsburg
“Revolutionary City,”
Spend the night in a Colonial Home in Williamsburg
4th of July fireworks at Busch Gardens and Colonial Williamsburg
The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg
McCormick-Nagelsen Tennis Center
Spending the night at the Williamsburg Inn or Lodge
Youth Sports Teams: Baseball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Swimming, Football, Volleyball, Wrestling, Karate, Ballet, etc.
WISC (Williamsburg Indoor Sports Center)
Blueberry pancakes at Chickahominy House
Christmas Parade in Colonial Williamsburg
Tide Radio and WBACH radio stations
William & Mary College”The second Oldest College in the U.S.
Kingsmill, Fords Colony, Governors Land, Stonehouse, Greensprings, Colonial Heritage neighborhoods all with wonderful golf facilities.

Yankee Candle Factory Outlet

The Crab Races at Berrets

Bruton Parish Church  “Where Jefferson, Washington and Adams worshipped ”

LPGA Michelob ULTRA Open Golf Tournament

For further information about real estate in Williamsburg, James City, New Kent or York County Virginia  contact:

John Womeldorf/ REALTOR

Liz Moore & Associates 757 254 8136

www.MrBurg.com website 
www.MrTidewater.com/   website 

www.MrVaBeach.com/  website

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The Kimball Theater , Williamsburg Virginia

The Kimball Theatre

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Located in Merchants Square, the Kimball Theatre is home to current films and live performances. On any given day, you might see a Colonial Williamsburg interpreter portray Patrick Henry or enjoy a jazz ensemble of talented students from the College of William and Mary. Perhaps the Peninsula’s Jewish Film Festival is in town, or maybe you’ll see players performing an 18th-century Grand Medley of Entertainments. Whatever your tastes, the Kimball Theatre is at the center of Williamsburg’s community activities. Creative programming alliances with the College of William and Mary, community organizations, and Colonial Williamsburg link our past with the present.

For information, call (757) 565-8588 or 1 800 HISTORY

The intimate lobby with vaulted ceiling is the perfect setting for greeting friends prior to a performance and accommodating a small gathering during intermission. The lobby houses the ticket booth, concession stand, elevator, and for the convenience of our guests, a “light lock,” which keeps light from distracting theater patrons when the doors are opened. Restrooms are located at either end of the light lock.

The auditorium is designed to be an ideal visual and listening environment for films, live stage productions, and musical concerts. The soft colors, combined with the appropriate light level from the magnificent chandelier and wall sconces, ensure our guests enjoy all performances in a warm comfortable setting. The seats are placed with the guests in mind, allowing each person an excellent view of the stage. There are 410 seats with space to accommodate six wheelchairs.

Screening Room
The screening room, located on the second floor, contains state-of-the-art digital and film projection systems, and will comfortably seat 35 guests. When empty, this room can be used as a reception room prior to the performance start time. Additionally it can be used for classes, meetings, or other private functions.

Administrative Offices
The Administrative Offices, located a short distance form the screening room, house the Community Cultural Affairs Department’s director, program manager, production manager, and support staff.

Special Accommodations
Throughout the facility, guests who require special accommodations will enjoy visiting the Kimball Theatre. There are multiple wheelchair positions and handicapped seats in the auditorium, and adequate wheelchair space in the screening room. Restrooms are wheelchair accessible, an elevator is available to reach the 2nd floor screening room,
and a wheelchair lift can be used to access the stage area. Assisted listening devices are available in both the screening room and auditorium for all performances.

Rent the Theatre
The Kimball Theatre is available for private functions. For information about renting the facility, please contact Clay Riley at 757-565-8670.


  • When is the box office open?
    Daily from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Tickets may also be purchased from any Colonial Williamsburg ticket location (i.e. Visitor Center or Merchants Square ticket office). Tickets can also be purchased by calling 1-800-HISTORY.
  • Can you purchase tickets in advance?
    Yes, at any Colonial Williamsburg ticket venue or by calling 1-800-HISTORY and placing the order on a credit card. When the film is in the screening room, the purchase of advance tickets is strongly recommended.
  • When do you begin seating?
    30 minutes before the start of a performance.
  • What are the prices?
    Regular film admission is currently $6.50 for general admission and $5.50 for students and seniors (55 years). Other programs vary by performance. Check the theater schedule or poster for pricing.
  • What is the senior discount age?

  • Do CW passes (including Good Neighbors and employees) get discounts?
    Not on Kimball Theatre programming. We consider our prices already discounted. These passes do receive discounts on Colonial Williamsburg colonial performances, including Founding Fathers, Grand Medley of Entertainments, and Eighteenth-Century Plays.
  • How many people do you seat?
    The Auditorium seats 410. The Screening Room seats 35.

  • Why and when is a film shown in the 35-seat screening room?
    The 35-seat screening room allows us to show films seven days a week, even when there is a live production, another film, or private function occurring simultaneously in the auditorium. In our schedule, the day-to-day calendar notes if the film is located in the 35-seat screening room. If the film is in the screening room, the purchase of advanced tickets is strongly recommended.
  • Are there assisted listening devices available?
    Yes, there are systems available in both the screening room and auditorium for all performances.
  • Is there handicapped seating available?
    Yes, there are multiple wheelchair positions and handicapped seats in the auditorium, and adequate wheelchair space in the screening room. In addition, restrooms are wheelchair accessible, an elevator is available to reach the 2nd floor screening room, and a wheelchair lift can be used to access the stage area.
  • How can I be added to the mailing list?
    Fill out the small sheet located on the table next to the concession stand and place it in the lower tray.
  • Do you give away or sell the lobby posters?
    No. It is our theater policy not to sell or give away posters.
  • Who decides the films and/or programs at the theater?
    We have a program manager who has been booking entertainment for 25 years.
  • Who do I contact about renting the theater or production proposals?
    Please call 220-7530 and leave your contact information.
  • Is the theater looking for employees/volunteers?
    Those interested in volunteering with The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation should call 229-1000 and ask for the volunteer services office. For employment opportunities, visit the Franklin Street offices for employment listings.
  • Where may I find the Kimball Theatre schedule?
    Use this link to view the Kimball Theatre’s performance schedule