Step into the past and see how America began at Colonial Williamsburg, an educational
and exciting destination for the entire family.
On a Williamsburg vacation, you can visit some of the many structures from the colonial
period reconstructed on their original sites. Authentic colonial homes, a town jail
(with authentic stocks), taverns, and shops are among the buildings you can view here.
Want to take on a more active role? You can. "The Revolutionary City" is a daily,
two-hour event where you can play a role in the shaping of a new America.
Just down the road you'll find the Jamestown Settlement, where the all aspects of
life and culture of America's first permanent colonists - and the Powhatan Indians
they encountered - is explored. Yorktown completes "America's Historic Triangle,"
and offers guided tours of the battlefield where General Cornwallis was forced to
surrender to General Washington and his combined American and French forces.
But history isn't the only attraction on a Williamsburg getaway. Nearby Busch Gardens
offers modern thrill rides for the whole family. Plus, Virginia Beach is only about
an hour's drive away.
Greensprings Vacation Resort combines the charm of a country plantation with the plush
amenities of a world-class resort. Situated on what was once a colonial plantation,
the resort is 5 miles from Co ... Read More >>
WYNDHAM PATRIOTS' PLACE
Wyndham Patriots' Place, about 1 mile away from Williamsburg's historical area, was
built on the lush grounds of a former golf course. The property's spaciousness, mature
landscaping, and low-key arch ... Read More >>
A fun-filled vacation is waiting for you at Parkside Williamsburg Resort. The resort
features exceptional golf right in your backyard and even has a weekly tee time at
the course so grab your clubs a ... Read More >>
King's Creek Plantation is a scenic vacation property set on rolling hills in York
County, Virginia. Colonial Williamsburg is only three miles away while Yorktown and
historic Jamestown are only 11 mi ... Read More >>
THE HISTORIC POWHATAN RESORT
The resort is located on over 250 acres of land, which includes a natural wildlife
setting surrounded by a wooded forest, open fields and five small lakes. Powhatan
offers a general store and two rest ... Read More >>
WYNDHAM GOVERNOR'S GREEN
Wyndham Governor's Green, near Colonial Williamsburg, boasts artfully landscped grounds
& elegantly decorated interiors. Groceries, shopping, entertainment, and dining are
within an easy 5-10 minute d ... Read More >>
The Peanut Shop of Williamsburg. Stop in for hand-cooked Virginia peanuts or a genuine
Smithfield ham at this must-stop specialty shop. Gift baskets are available for every
Aromas Coffee and Cafe (Williamsburg). Williamsburg's only Old World coffeehouse serves
up more than just a fine cup of java. Stop in for a full breakfast, lunch, or light
dinner on your way to or from the historic sites.
Busch Gardens Europe (Williamsburg). Named the "World's Best Theme Park" in the 2006
Theme Park Insider Awards, this fun-filled destination includes dozens of exciting
rides and attractions. The latest: Griffon, the world's tallest floorless dive coaster.
Williamsburg-area golf courses. Many of the game's most respected architects (Robert
Trent Jones, Arnold Palmer, Nicklaus Design) have carved incredible courses into Virginia's
scenic hills and woodlands, helping the Williamsburg area become one of America's
emerging golf destinations.
Jamestown Settlement. Immerse yourself in 17th century Virginia culture, brought to
life through extensive galleries and outdoor "living history" areas.
Bassett Hall (Williamsburg). Built between 1753 and 1766, this two-story farmhouse
once was the Williamsburg home of John D. Rockefeller Jr. The property underwent an
extensive renovation from 2000 to 2002. Like most other buildings, sites, and trade
shops in Colonial Williamsburg, Bassett Hall is open most days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All things Yorktown. See Cornwallis' Cave, the Yorktown Victory Monument, the York
County Historical Museum, and so much more, in the place where the British surrendered
to American and French troops.
Merchants Square (Williamsburg). Beautifully presented, this 18th century style retail
village features more than 40 shops and restaurants.
Riverwalk Landing (Yorktown). Shop for souvenirs, enjoy fine dining, catch a performance
- or watch the ships roll in.
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