Explore the most exciting Williamsburg attractions while visiting the Historic Triangle. Experience over 300 years of American history in downtown Williamsburg and enjoy amazing theme parks such as Busch Gardens & Water Country USA. Step back in time for a stroll along the cobble stone streets at the famous Merchants Square Shopping Center, located in the downtown Colonial Williamsburg where you’ll find some of the finest shops and boutiques in the area.

Be sure to visit the nearby Jamestown Settlement and Historic Yorktown to learn about their vital roles in shaping our nations history. Climb aboard a replica of the first ship that sailed into Jamestown over 400 years ago and stand in the same battle field at Yorktown where Lord Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington on Oct. 19, 1781 during the revolutionary war.  These are just a few of many exciting and fun things to do in Williamsburg Virginia. Click on the links below to learn more about Williamsburg attractions.

 

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg is one of the areas most popular attractions. The European themed amusement park offers exciting roller coasters, gourmet restaurants, challenging games and specialty shops. There are also live shows performed daily throughout the park by character actors and also host famous bands, singers & other musicians from around the world.

Busch Gardens in Williamsburg is home to one of the fastest and tallest roller coasters in the world called “The Griffon”? This 205 foot tall coaster has a breath-taking 90 degree drop straight down at 70 mph, you’ll need to ride it to experience the rest. Busch Gardens Williamsburg is now open daily at 10:00am until Sept 2nd, 2019 and will then be open on weekends only for the fall season.

Relive American History

 Colonial Williamsburg Virginia

Tour Virginia’s colonial capitol in downtown Williamsburg, the largest outdoor museum in the USA. There are many 18th Century buildings open to tour, including the Governors Palace, fully restored to reveal their architectural splendor. Visit trade sites and talk to live interpreters dressed in colonial Costume. Children and adults may participate in special daily events, arts & crafts and live reenactments from periods in our nations history. Open daily from 9am til 5pm.

Experience the Beginning

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A little over 400 years ago the first permanent settlers arrived in North America and settled along the fertile James River. This site is now know as the Jamestown Settlement and is located only 10 minutes away from downtown Williamsburg. The Jamestown Settlement is a unique recreation of the 17th century period, complete with three full scale replicas of sailing vessels they arrived in, dating back to 1607. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the beginning of our adventurous past while visiting in the area. Talk with live interpreters and learn about the excavations and artifacts that have been recovered from the fort. Open daily from 9am til 5pm.

Water Country USA

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If you’re planning a family vacation for spring or summer, be sure to stop in for a splash at Water Country USA, the largest outdoor water park on the east coast. This awesome park has exciting wet rides that will keep you cool on a hot summer day. There are several water slides, rafting slides, tubing slides, also a lazy river, dive shows, great food, and some nice shops with shirts, shorts & souvenirs. Water Country also features a huge wave pool surrounded by comfortable lounge chairs if you want to work on your tan or just relax. Water Country USA now open daily at 10:00am until Sept 2nd, 2019 and will then close for the season.

Celebrate the Yorktown Victory

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Yorktown Virginia is a small town with many years of significance to our American History. In 1781 George Washington led his troops into battle and won the American Revolutionary War. Lord Corn Wallis surrendered his army on Oct 19, 1781 to the American and French allies. Yorktown today is a part of the Historical Triangle and offers many different museums, colonial homes and a very scenic river front view, on Water Street. You will find small shops and dining along with 100’s of years of History in Yorktown, Virginia. Open daily from 9am til 5pm.

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