Central to the very first American colonies in Virginia, Williamsburg is home to the second-oldest institution of higher education in the U.S. (the College of William and Mary, est. 1693) and is perhaps the country’s best-preserved historical city. Colonial Williamsburg, which draws millions of visitors annually, is a 300-acre living history museum, with buildings dated from 1699-1780, both original and re-created. While being rich in history, Williamsburg is also home to modern attractions like Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Water Country USA, the Williamsburg Winery and the Williamsburg Pottery Factory, a 200-acre shopping complex in nearby Lightfoot, VA.

What to Do in Williamsburg

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Muscarelle Museum of Art
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is an art museum which is housed at The College of William & Mary. It first publicly opened in 1983 which was given as a gift...
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Your price: $30
New Quarter Park
The New Quarter Park has routes for family biking, mountain bike trail and hiking trails with picturesque overlooks. The park also has other sport venues...
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Yorktown Victory Center
The Yorktown Victory Center accounts for the victory of the French and American Forces in the 1871 American Revolution. It showcases indoor exhibition...
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Your price: $19.5

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