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Williamsburg Area Features

Williamsburg Area Features

It is here, in the land of presidents and leaders of our nation, that our unique history is preserved. The historic Williamsbug area will evoke memories of days gone by & lead us into days to come. Events that have altered American and world history are forever enshrined in an area that is known as the Virginia Peninsula.

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  • The Original Ghosts of Williamsburg

    Along the streets of Colonial Virginia, its likely youll experience one or more ghostly sights and sounds.

  • Williamsburg Winery

    One of Virginias most acclaimed wineries winning numerous national and international awards

  • Williamsburg Merchants Inc.

    Stop by and experience what has made the Wallaces a shopping institution in Williamsburg for over 95 years.

  • Williamsburg Antiques Mall

    The areas antique shops make the trip to Williamsburg extra special for the collectible seeker.

  • Nearby Cities

  • Hampton

    From the moment they arrive in Hampton, Virginia, visitors find the city very different from her neighbors.

  • Yorktown

    Yorktown is a quaint riverfront village offering fun and entertainment for the whole family.

  • Jamestown

    Discover the story of Americas beginnings in 1607 at Historic Jamestowne and Jamestown Settlement.

  • Surry County

    Surry County is located just a short ferry ride across the James River from Jamestown.

  • Portsmouth

    A little something for everyone can be found in the charming city of Portsmouth, Virginia.

  • Newport News

    Theater, world-class museums, art and even the opportunity to see native animals await you in Newport News, Virginia.

  • Trip Ideas

  • Local Beverages on the Tasting Trail

    Within a half-hour of the former colonial capital, youll find a quaff that quenches your thirst.

  • Tastes of the Region

    Williamsburg has a long-standing tradition of exceptional food influenced by the regions heritage.

  • Exhilarating Experiences and Outside Fun

    If youre looking for an adrenaline rush or even a fun, family activity such as mini golf, this is your place to be.

  • What's New?

    Here's the hottest news for 2018 so you can make the most of your visit to the area.

  • Around the Williamsburg Area

    Get to know your way around the city of Williamsburg and the surrounding James City County.

  • Colonial Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg allows guests of all ages to immerse themselves in the 18th-century life of colonial Virginia.

  • Journey Through Early American History

    Engaging museums, portrayals and activities showcase monumental events from the past.

  • Enjoying Nature in our Natural Parks

    Just like in colonial times, natural settings are still abundant in the Historic Triangle.

  • Step Inside for a Cool Activity

    The Historic Triangle offers a variety of activities that can be done indoors.

  • New Town

    You wont have to travel far to enjoy all the services New Town has to offer.

  • Virginia Living Museum

    Discover Virginias rich natural heritage from the mountains to the sea at the Virginia Living Museum.

  • Williamsburg Then & Now

    In 1928 Rev. W.A.R. Goodwin dreamed of restoring a decrepit Williamsburg, the one-time capital of colonial Virginia.

  • Richmond Road

    Richmond Road (Route 60) is known as a shoppers paradise but also boasts fun family activities.

  • Give Me Liberty!

    Meet the official mascot of Colonial Williamsburg, Liberty!

  • Civil War in Hampton Roads

    The state of Virginia witnessed more Civil War battles than any other state.

  • Merchants Square

    An 18th-century-style retail village with over 40 shops and restaurants.

  • Choosing Revolution

    Beginning in the 1760s and continuing through the American Revolution, Williamsburg was a center of debate.

  • William & Mary

    Founded by Royal Charter in 1693, the College of William & Mary is the second-oldest college in the country.

  • New Discoveries Through Archaeology

    Buried artifacts emerge through the painstaking work of the Jamestown Rediscovery Archaeology Project.

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  • Area Services

    Phone numbers for the services and information you need.

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