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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Art Galleries & Studios

This gallery offers unique and sought after artwork from local and regional artists and craftspeople, special art exhibits, and ongoing art classes for adults and...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Canoeing & Kayaking
Hiking

Right down the road from the College of William & Mary, this scenic park provides a lookout tower and marsh walkway through College Creek. Enjoy the walkway,...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Boating
Canoeing & Kayaking
Fishing
Hiking

Ready for a quiet day on the water? This scenic park overlooks a 996-acre reservoir that’s a fisherman’s paradise. Perfect for outdoor family time in the Williamsburg...

Spas

The salt therapy breathing treatment for the entire family. After 45-minute session in its soothing, therapeutic environment, not only will you be breathing more clearly,...

Museums
Unique Venues
Attraction Venues

Discover Virginia's rich natural heritage from the mountains to the sea at the Virginia Living Museum, just 20 minutes from Williamsburg. View endangered red wolves....

Historic Attractions

This original building, built in 1697, survived fire and two wars. It continues to serve an active Episcopal congregation. Historic tours on Saturday. Services held...

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