In Christmas of 1787, two founders are locked in a battle of pen and ink to save the infant American Republic. Join James Madison and Alexander Hamilton in the throes of writing the Federalist Papers to support the constitution over a hectic holiday season, as they balance public and personal duty. Will they pull off a Christmas miracle, or will the holiday spent away from their families be for nothing?
Christmas and the Constitution
Lucinda and the Lottery
Based on a story from The Christmas Frolick (1775), Lucinda, a charming young heiress, devises a stratagem to test whose love is true.
African American Contributions at the Governor's Palace
Learn about the contributions of free and enslaved African-Americans during your visit to the Palace. Tours every 20-30 minutes.
Wine Dinner at King's Arms with George Washington
Dine with George Washington as he reflects on his world travels. Open seating; no private tables. Must be 21 or older. $165 per person. Reservations required.
Open to the Public