Williamsburg, Virginia is a place buzzing with activity. Your group can visit historical attractions and experience the history of the town. If you want to unwind, there is also plenty of fun and entertainment for the group to enjoy. Featured historical attractions include the following: the Jamestown Settlement, Yorktown Battlefield, the Yorktown Victory Center and Historic Jamestowne. There are also some plantations for your group to visit as well. Featured plantations include: the Berkeley Plantation, the Sherwood Forest Plantation and the Shirley Plantation. The town of Williamsburg has a number of entertaining attractions. Featured attractions include: Water Country USA, Busch Gardens, Merchants Square, High Street, the Pirate Cove, Eco-Discovery Park, Golf, Hiking, and Biking. There are many fascinating museums for visitors. Featured Museums include the following: Mariners Museum, Musscarelle Museum of Art, the U.S. Army Transportation Museum, the Virginia Living Museum and Watermen’s Museum. Whether your group is interested in history or wants some entertainment, Williamsburg has it all!

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Sample Itineraries

4-Day DC & Williamsburg

This tour will allow you to explore the history and government of the United States.

    •  Four Museums
    •  Meet Your Congressman
    •  Two Cities in Four Days

Williamsburg 4-Day Group Tour

There’s a wealth of historic sites and attractions in the Williamsburg area. This tour is full of them. And don’t forget the roller coasters at

    •  Visit a Fine Arts Museum
    •  Colonial American Essence
    •  Ghost Tour

Williamsburg Colonial Tour

Take a step back to yesterday in colonial Williamsburg. For colonial tours, you can’t find a better destination than this working community of craftsmen, builders,

    •  Amusement Park
    •  Authentic Colonial Lifestyle
    •  Jamestowne Settlement


Virginia Beach Time

Virginia Beach

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Virginia Beach is located near Williamsburg, Virginia. Your group can enjoy the ocean view during your visit to Williamsburg. There are several fun activities for the group to enjoy. Featured activities include: Flyboarding, Stand Up Paddle boarding, Fishing, Shopping, Dining, and other entertainment options. Entertainment options include the following: Mount Trashmore, Bush Gardens, American Indoor Karting, Nightmare House, Virginia Beach Amusement Park, Motor World, Flipper McCoys arcade, Golf Choices, and the Spirit of Norfolk Cruises. There are also tours for visitors as well. Featured tours and other famous locations include: the Boardwalk tour, Rudee Tours, Kayak Nature Tours, Historic St. Lukes Church, the Francis Land House, the Lynnhaven House, the Adam Keeling House, the Ferry Plantation House, the Adam Thoroughgood House, the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse, the Naval Aviation Monument and the Edgar Cayse Society. If your group enjoys museums there are several to visit. Featured museums include: the Old Coast Guard Station Museum, the Casemate Museum, the Virginia Living Museum, the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum and the Chrysler Museum of Art.

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Berkeley Plantation

The Berkeley Plantation is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. The location is famous because the Harrison family including the 9th president William Henry Harrison resided in the house. Visitors can take guided tours of the Georgian Mansion and view the breath-taking landscape. The group will be guided by enthusiastic guides who are dressed in period costumes. Features include: the original 1726 mansion, a museum collection and beautiful gardens. The mansion is furnished with a magnificent collection of 18th century antiques. The museum collection contains artifacts from the Civil War as well as a unique collection of paintings that were made by artist Sydney King. The plantation also has a gift shop. The structure occupies a beautifully landscaped hilltop site that overlooks the historic James River. There are benches in the gardens for guests to sit and enjoy the peaceful setting. There are also five terraces of restored boxwood and flower gardens. The tour of the grounds is self-guided. Come visit this famous historic site today!

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Historic Yorktown Battlefield

The Historic Yorktown Battlefield is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. The battle that took place at the location was the last major battle of the Revolutionary War. On October 19 1781, Charles Cornwallis surrendered which effectively ended the war and insured independence. Featured sites include: The siege, Yorktown National Cemetery, Victory Monument, the Moore House, Surrender Field, and the Nelson House in Yorktown. The Moore House is the place where two officers from the American and French Forces and the British Armies met to come up with a plan of surrender. The group can also observe   a cannon firing demonstration at Lamb’s Artillery. The demonstration features a volunteer living history gun crew that represents Colonel Lamb’s artillery regiment. The crew conducts periodic firing demonstrations with a reproduction 18-century siege gun, commemorating the merit and distinction which was displayed by Lamb’s Artillery during the siege at Yorktown. Colonel Lamb was born in 1735. Come visit this iconic historic site with your group today!

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Water Country USA

Busch Gardens Water Slides

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Water Country USA is a water park, located just around the corner from Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia. This destination is perfect for cooling off and taking a break from the southern summer heat. For a splashing good time, the group will enjoy various options. Examples include the following: several water slides, the rambling river, the largest wave pool in Virginia, and many other fun watery rides. If you enjoy interactive rides, your tour may want to compete with your friends on the Nitro Racer. Or, Experience the Exhilarating thrill of the twists, turns, and plummets on Big Daddy Falls! If you choose Big Daddy falls, the group will experience a white water rafting adventure of a lifetime! You will tackle curves, tunnels, drops, and cannon blasters. There are 670 feet of flumes and tunnels, making the ride live up to its name. Your group tour may want to visit Busch Gardens as well as Water country USA. If desired, the tour can obtain a pass that will include admission to both parks for the day! Or, you may purchase a ticket to gain access to the water park by itself as well. Call today and make reservations!

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Historic Jamestowne

You probably know the story of Jamestowne, that it was the first permanent English settlement in the new world and that life for these early settlers was as much of a struggle as it was adventure. In Historic Jamestowne, you’ll understand their story like never before.  Historic Jamestowne includes both the original site for the settlement and a museum devoted to it. At the historic site you’ll see ruins of actual structures from the original Jamestowne. In the midst of them, there is an active archeological dig as more authentic structures are uncovered. Next to this site, you’ll find replicas of the three ships that brought the settlers to the New World as well as a recreated Powhatan Village, which was home to the natives already here. Your tour in historic Jamestown will help you understand the relationship between these cultures as you embrace their intense New World experience.

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Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial home 3Colonial Williamsburg is a revolutionary city that is fascinating. The location has many options to consider. Featured options include the following: Evening Events, Dining, Shopping, and Recreation. Featured dining options include: Historic Taverns, Contemporary Cuisine, and other restaurants. The group can experience the intimate candlelight and have savory Contemporary Cuisine prepared by the Master Chefs. However, if you want tavern food, eat at one of George Washington’s favorite taverns. Recreational options include: Golf, theatrical performances, museums, and guided tours of original 18th century buildings. The city also has beautiful gardens for visitors to observe during your trip. There are plenty of stores and gift shops for your group to browse. Featured options include: Historic Shops, Gift and Museum Shops, Merchants Square and Williamsburg Stores. Historic Shops include the following: Silversmith’s Shop, Colonial Nursery, the John Greenhow Store, the Mary Dickinson Shop, Colonial Williamsburg Market Square, the Prentis Store, Tarpley’s Store, and the Post Office. Whether your group wants some recreation, guided tours or shopping Colonial Williamsburg has it all!

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Busch Gardens

Busch Gardens Ride

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg fits in beautifully with the charm and culture of Williamsburg Virginia.  At this park you can walk straight from American history into fascinating European culture.  Each section of the park is themed after a different country – France, England and Scotland, Italy, Ireland, and Germany.  The story of each of these cultures is then told through musical performances, dining, and amazing rides.  Busch Gardens has massive, exciting roller coasters named for legendary creatures.  The Griffon was a mythical bird that was part eagle and part lion.  The coaster of the same name throws you down a 70 mph drop at a 90-degree angle. Apollo’s Chariot is consistently voted in top 10 steel coaster lists with 9 amazing plummets of its own.  And Busch Gardens also boasts the Big Bad Wolf and the Loch Ness Monster, which flings you 13 stories in the air and 114 feet down.  With all that and so much more, Busch Gardens Williamsburg is sure to become one of your favorite theme parks in the country.

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