The Bruton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg was another building that I was excited to visit due to its rich history. The original church was built in the 1600s and several replacements have had to be built since that time. The church had several boxed pews with names of some of the famous Americans that have attended services here. I was most excited to see George Washington’s name on a pew, but there were a few other notable names including Thomas Jefferson and George Mason. It was free to tour the church, but there was a donation box located near the entrance. The Bruton Parish Church still has weekly services which I believe are open to anyone that wishes to attend. If visiting Colonial Willamsburg, be sure not to miss this place.