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The building is a quick see and has historical significance and interest, so I would recommend stopping in and looking around. The day we went a young man (student) was there to talk with anyone who had questions; he was very pleasant. Recommended.
You can feel all the history this building has witnessed, from Thomas Jefferson studying here or surviving the Civil War. It's the oldest college building in the US and it is still being used by students today.
As the oldest academic building in the United States this little bit of history is well maintained, still in use and a corner stone of an amazing university. To be standing in the same place that Thomas Jefferson went to learn is a very cool...More
The Wren Building is the signature building of the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg. Along with the Brafferton and President's House, these buildings form the College's Ancient Campus. With a construction history dating to 1695, it is the oldest academic building in continuous...More
We expected to walk into the Wren building but did not expect a wonderful tour full of information and entrance to many different rooms here. Our docent was very good at telling the stories and facts and answering questions. I have been here before but...More