Tours & Programs

Our adult programs are designed for individuals, clubs, retirement organizations, bus tour groups, college-level classes, or continuing education.


  • Guided tours must be booked at least two weeks in advance. Please submit the Adult Tour Booking Request Form, here. Call 804-318-8797 or email Henricus Education with any additional questions.
  • Guided tours require a minimum of 10 participants. If fewer than 10 participants attend the program, your group will still be charged for 10 individuals.
  • Self-guided tours of 10-25 participants are available at a reduced admission rate of $1 off the regular admission price. Reduced rate requests must be made at least two weeks in advance using the contact information above. We are unable to offer the reduced self-guided admission rate for groups larger than 25 and encourage you to instead book a guided tour.
  • Have a specific topic you’d like to learn more about? Our educators can tailor a specialized two hour site tour to your interests. Please let us know what your group would like to focus on when you fill out the Adult Tour Booking Request form.


  • Historic Highlights, Two Lives of Pocahontas, Lords and Leaders - $16
  • Specialized tours - $25
  • Self-guided reduced rate - $11


William and Mary Student Visit

Available Tours



Tour the Powhatan town of Arrohateck, the English fort of Henricus, and the settlements at Proctor Plantation and Coxendale at your own pace.

Teachers Workshop

Historic Highlights

Guided tour of the recreated Powhatan town of Arrohateck and English colonial fort and settlement. Meet costumed interpreters and hear stories of successes and challenges during the early 17th century.

Pocahontas Interpretation

Two Lives of Pocahontas

Follow the cultural lives of Pocahontas as both a Virginia Indian girl and later as an English woman. Compare and contrast the economic, educational, religious, and political implications of her life in and between both cultures.
Sir Thomas Dale Interpeter

Lords and Leaders

What did it take to be a good leader in Powhatan culture? How did the systems of English law and custom translate into governing the early colony of Virginia? Our interpreters will help answer these complicated questions.

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