Ozzy and Jack Osbourne recently filmed their latest piece for their upcoming father-and-son History Channel show. This time around, the duo traveled to Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia.

So far, Ozzy and Jack have visited Roswell, N.M., to check out the town’s alien culture, Cuba to explore the land long restricted for American travel and to the Alamo in San Antonio to revisit the scene of Ozzy Osbourne’s infamous public urination arrest.

For the new History channel show, Ozzy and Jack toured Colonial Williamsburg — a living history museum. The two visited the site’s musket firing range and toured Historic Jamestowne. "We were indeed thrilled to have Ozzy and Jack Osbourne visit the Revolutionary City on Friday (March 18),” said Colonial Williamsburg spokesman Joe Straw. "Their visit underscores Colonial Williamsburg's undiminished relevance and the broad appeal of our new and more engaging programming."

Colonial Williamsburg’s Facebook account posted photos of the Osbournes and shared a few details of the visit:

The History Channel still hasn’t confirmed a title or air date for Ozzy and Jack Osbourne’s new show, but stay tuned as updates are made public.

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