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colonial williamsburg1)Colonial Williamsburg and Historic Jamestowne Take the Tour! $41 -Get an in-depth experience of colonial America and the Revolutionary War when you delve into Colonial Williamsburg's interactive world. Visit colonial-era government buildings, family homes and craftsman shops as you explore the extensive exhibits at this living museum. Meet interpreters in period costume who bring history to life as they speak as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other famous and common people. 1368 Colonial Parkway, Williamsburg, VA 23081 757-856-1250 - map
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2) Busch Gardens! Get your tickets here! $67/per person

busch gardens williamsburgTake a break from Washington DC sightseeing at Bush Gardens Williamsburg! This European-themed park offers fun for the whole family, from roller coasters to shows to a scenic gondola ride. With European flair, Busch Gardens offers you a day filled with action, adventure and entertainment. Explore European countries and enjoy thrilling rides, including Griffon, a 205-foot (62-meter) dive coaster!

Pack up the family and set off on a Washington DC outing to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, the theme park with a taste of Europe. Travel back in time to charming, 17th-century villages. See the Loch Ness Monster and the Alpengeist. Then throw up your arms and scream as you plunge into the air on one of the park’s many roller coasters. One Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8785


3) water country usaWater Country, USA- Get your tickets here! $67/per person - " We had so much fun at this park. The malibu pipeline had maybe the fastest line and one of the fastest rides. It was a crowded day and waits were typically about 20+ min for the big rides and the pipeline was less than 10 min. The lazy river Hubba Hubba Highway actually had a strong current and was fun to do. We were impressed with the number of separate 'kid' areas designed for younger guests and their parents to chill. From all the guards dressed in Baywatch red to the concession stand people, everyone was very friendly and helpful. It is worth the trip on a hot day." 176 Water Country Pkwy, Williamsburg, VA 23185-5828

4) governor's palace in williamsburgVisit the Governor's Palace! Take a Tour for $41/person. This is a MUST do in Colonial Williamsburg. They have it organized very well with an orientation and then a tour throughout the palace. The front lobby is quite impressive, and if you're into firearms and swards it's a very nice display. Northern End of Palace Green, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA




5) Jamestown-Scotland Ferry - Fun for the kids!

jamestown-scotland ferry williamsburg"If you're looking to do something off-the-beaten-path, take your kiddos for a Ferry Ride across the James River. FREE and if you go during mid-day / non-rush-hour commute times easy-breezy! Fun to see just how BIG the River truly is. What the 1st Settlers must have felt like when they were sailing in, etc. Also, great views of some Eagles and Osprey nesting on the pilings at the docs!! :-)". 2110 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185


6)William and Mary College -

college of william and mary"We were on a college tour, so we experienced the full tour of William & Mary. The campus is lovely, and literally across the street from the shops and restaurants of colonial Williamsburg. We loved the history of the campus, and wished we could have seen more of the Wren Building - the oldest school building in use in America. (They walked us through the front door and out the back. Bummer.) The grounds are lovely." 102 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185


7) Drive the Colonial Parkway -

colonial parkway williamsburgColonial Parkway is a 23-mile scenic parkway linking the three points of Virginia's Historic Triangle, Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.

colonial parkway in williamsburgIt is part of the National Park Service's Colonial National Historical Park.





8) Williamsburg Winery-

williamsburg wineryVisit the Williamsburg Winery to taste fabulous wines, have lunch, stay at a bed and breakfast, or just enjoy the grounds. This is a Disneyland of the wine experience! From Wikipedia: The Williamsburg winery is located on a 320 acre plot of land known as the Wessex Hundred. Of the 320 acres of land owned by the winery, 275 acres are dedicated to the Williamsburg Conservancy and are intended to remain permanently undeveloped. In keeping with the conservation theme, Patrick Duffeler and the Virginia Forestry Service planted 50,000 lob lolly pine trees along the James River to replace wood originally used when building the winery. As of 2010, the vineyard contains nearly 50 acres of cultivated land. An additional 2 acres of land have been developed into a sustainable garden which is used to provide produce to the Winery's on-site dining establishments

5800 Wessex Hundred, Williamsburg, VA 23185


9) Bruton Parish Church-

bruton parish churchbruton parish churchThe building, constructed 1711-15, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970 as a well-preserved early example of colonial religious architecture.

It is still an active Episcopalian church with 2000 members. Guide to the Church. Churchyard self-guided tour. 331 W Duke of Gloucester St, Williamsburg, VA 23185



10) The Williamsburg Botanical Garden :

williamsburg botanical gardenThe Williamsburg Botanical Garden is a 501 non-profit botanical garden currently taking shape in Williamsburg, Virginia.Admission is free! all kinds of festivals and events take place at the Garden! 5537 Centerville Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188




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