Attractions

From thrilling theme parks to memorable museums, Williamsburg offers a range of attractions that give you the freedom to create the perfect trip.

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Plan your adventure to Williamsburg, Virginia, where you can have a treetop adventure and participate in an interactive spy mission – all in the same day. In addition to historic attractions, there are world-class roller coasters in Busch Gardens and other theme parks, Broadway-style shows in our theaters, and a sunset voyage on a pirate ship, among other tours. Walk along the beach, and bike the miles of scenic trails along the Colonial Parkway. Raise your glass in a vineyard or working microbrewery, like the award-winning Alewerks, and toast the modern-day conveniences of 18th-century museums and art galleries. Visit Williamsburg. Experience the fun.

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Spas

The 20,000-square-foot Spa of Williamsburg offers rejuvenating therapies inspired by five centuries of wellness practices. It radiates Southern charms, harmonizing with its historical surroundings and...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Canoeing & Kayaking
Fishing

This reservoir, provided and operated jointly by Newport News, James City County, and the Division of Game and Inland Fisheries, is open to the general...

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Wineries & Breweries
Specialty Shops

Alewerks Brewing Company is located in the heart of Williamsburg, Virginia. Since 2006 we have been brewing on-site and have established ourselves as one of...

Wineries & Breweries

Founded by enthusiastic homebrewers, Brass Cannon Brewing is a craft brewery dedicated to the production of high quality beer for sale on tap. We offer...

Art Galleries & Studios
Specialty Shops

With an eclectic mix, self-taught folk artist Marilyn West, brings her witty inspirational work together with other hand-picked artisans to create a unique collection of...

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Wineries & Breweries
Attractions

Start your visit to four fantastic Virginia wineries at the Williamsburg Winery in Williamsburg. From there, follow the Interstate 64 corridor to experience other partners...

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